Pigeon lawn party
Culinary delights lurk
Beaks to the ready
Very cute, Sarah. 🙂
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There were about eight of them altogether, but I couldn’t get them all in the picture. Took the shot through the glass of my office window. Wood pigeons are very easily startled, so I had to be sneaky!
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I have decided, no matter where you go on this planet, there are dandelions and pigeons!
…plus slugs, snails, flies and spiders! I think the dandelions and pigeons are more picturesque in their abundance, though 🙂
I have mot seen the first two here yet but I imagine they are abundantly present in the jungle areas
I so enjoy your haikus put to photos. You find wonderful moments of creativity all around you dearest Sarah 🙂 It must be pigeon season, I have a pair who seem to have take a liking to my garden too! xxxx
Doubtless your garden soil is as soft and mushy as mine is, Sherri! I do love watching the birds going about their business. The seagulls have been very noisy today.
Yesterday evening, I saw my first fox cub of the year. It was very confused, running in front of my car and then doubling back and disappearing off over a garden wall. I hope it’s a quick learner re survival skills — although the pigeons would probably prefer a few less foxes in the world. xxxx
Oh yes, it definitely is Sarah! Did I tell you we have seagulls here in Yeovil, despite being some 30 mins or so from the sea? They love the airfields from Augusta Westlands for some reason and also love to poop on my car at certain parking places, which isn’t good news on black, ha! Oh Sarah…a fox cub? How delightful!! Yes, agreed, the pigeons will have to be a bit more careful from now on 🙂 xxxx
Sherri, that is a long way inland for seagulls, although I think they’ll venture that far if bad weather is on the way. They love my blue car, too, usually after I’ve given it its once every 6 months wash! Talk about discouraging.
Yes, it’s so strange, but it’s always been that way here and nobody seems to know why. I keep thinking I’m back in Brighton hearing them all 😉 Yes, they seem to know when a car’s just been washed don’t they? Have shared your Goodreads Giveaway on Twitter 🙂 xxxx
Thanks for sharing that, Sherri. I think it’s going quite well, considering it’s only in its 2nd day — well, I hope it is. Am not sure what the usual number of entries are for people in the first 24 hours or so. Fingers crossed it’s good, although I spend most of the time feeling as if I’m swimming in the dark where marketing is concerned. xxxx
You’re doing so well Sarah, and each day brings new results 🙂 xxxx
Makes me smile!
Those woodpigeons always make me smile, especially when they puff themselves up really large, so their heads look like little stoppers in large bottles!
There are loads of wood pigeons around here at the moment, they seem to love pecking around the daffodil shoots in the park!
Let’s hope they’re not pecking at the bulbs, so that the daffodil flowers don’t happen!
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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