The Birds and Bee

While I was out looking for the last Square Sky photo, a flock of Rainbow Lorikeets zoomed across a leaden sky. Point and shoot before they disappeared behind the trees.

May I present the result of a no look photograph.

I call this Two Birds and a Bee
rainbow lorikeets_insect_named_home_dec 2017

10 thoughts on “The Birds and Bee

      1. I am glad you asked why. I am surprised more haven’t asked but that’s the fast paced world of flicking through blogs. I thought of the title as soon as I saw the photo πŸ™‚

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      2. yeah – I know what you mean about the flicking thru – and I have missed many things in my days – and likely will miss more – but it is nice when I can actually pause to slowly read various bloggers – because I am actually the one who benefits. not to sound cheesy, but I learned a long time ago that the richness found in blogosphere is unlike anywhere else – some folks treat it like fb, and some treat it like instagram – but many people use their blog as their artistic expression and i am glad I was able to really appreciate that; there’s a lot of seasoned people who muse with their posts and it continues to shape and sculpt me – ahhhh

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      3. Well said. I must wholeheartedly agree. When I do a photo challenge, I look at what others have done not only to compare what I have posted, but to gain surprise and inspiration from their work. I also find some similarity which also surprises. My post Something Happened in 2017 is a homage to some of the bloggers who have inspired me this year and I did forget a number of people sadly. Lets grow and move onward with gust and love x

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