How about A Bird Weekly post from me to you!
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A big thank you to Marsha @ Always Write for he introduction to the challenges
The theme is “Taking a Break” This little guy knows how to do it!
Last September while visiting a friend and with luck, I had my camera for once.
A little story to share! It all started several months ago when my neighbors’ pet duck wandered over to my yard and made a nest under my porch. She gathered pine needles and felt quite safe. I waited in wonder what would happen next and this week she came out from down under with 12 little ducklings sashaying behind her.
One of the small miracles of life; these 12 tiny fuzzy little creature and how they all stick together following their mother wherever she goes. I am enjoying watching them. They have become the delight of my life; you might say, my life must be pretty dull if a few ducklings can bring such joy.
No, not dull, yet, raised in Chicago this touch of rare country living God permitted me; His tender tending His creatures reminds me of this Bible verse. “Behold the birds of the air, for they neither sow, nor do they reap, nor gather into barns: and your heavenly Father feedeth them. Are not you of much more value than they?” [Matthew 6:26]
Aren’t they cute?
My Grandchildren, of course!
I captured these wild geese playing at the river nearby; thinking they might make a cute comic strip with added interest. As always here at my blog the photos plus art are not copyrighted and free to use.
Enjoy my LITTLE BIT OF WILD!
This amazing image was captured a few days ago as I drove down a country road.
A tree growing out of a dead stump, I titled it “Resurection”; a reminder of how our bodies will rise again as the Catholic Creed promises.
I believe … “The resurrection of the body, and life everlasting, Amen”.
As I have said before on anywhere on my blog at WordPress: all my photographs or artwork are NOT copyrighted, free to use. At my age who cares if you borrow my work. I have other things to be concerned with. ♥
Lens-Artists and the prompt is “Less is More” … You may or may not agree and that’s
okay because what will be, will be!