Ghost feathers trick eye …
flurry of autumn snowflakes
is Little Egret
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Thank you 🙂
Love that image of the ghost feathers – I’d be delighted to see a flurry of snow but just as delighted to see a flurry of egret!
And thanks to your bird identifying skills a few weeks ago, I knew what to call the white bird! I only discovered yesterday that egrets in the heron family. Funnily enough, there was a heron around that day, too. Also a cormorant. Lots of birds out wading and fishing.
Those feathers do look quite ghost-like Sarah, lovely shot of your beautiful egret. We had snow here a couple of days ago as you know…for all of 5 minutes! xxxxxx
I didn’t know what sort of bird it was when I photographed it, but Andrea Stephenson identified it for me.
We’ve just had strong winds, driving rain, and the odd rumble of thunder. But our friends up in Manchester awoke to a very white landscape. The snow hasn’t settled for more than a day in the last 3 years where I live. Better not speak too soon. xxxxxxx
Better not, lol! The Great British Weather! See you soon dearest Sarah! 🙂 xxxxxxx
Lovely haiku, and the photograph.
Thank you, Inese 🙂
Simply lovely. 🙂
Thank you, Marje 🙂
You’re welcome. 🙂
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