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Fort Clatsop in the winter, and a walk to the ocean

Sorry for the delay here, but it’s high time I posted about the actual object of my recent trip: visiting Fort Clatsop in the winter. I joined two friends in Seaside, OR, and on January 18, we spotted a car at Sunset Beach and drove another to the fort. 502 more words

The Birds

Like a Scene From The Birds

I have noticed lately that in the evening the parking lot where I park my vespa fills up with crows in all the trees and every Monday/Wednesday when I have a later class it totally freaks me out. 57 more words

Photography

Mad Motivation!

This girl….me…hates to talk about work after 5 o’clock…..everybody knows that. This morning was a little rough because I still didn’t feel 100%, but I trudged through it. 182 more words

Life

Running through the camp for a Cuckoo

On 5 January we went to Pilanesberg Game Reserve for a day trip, my first bush fix for 2015! It was a great day with some new bird sightings for me and a good opportunity to play more with my new camera. 225 more words

Birding

Aristophanes Quote.

Aristophanes, ., & Rogers, B. B. (1924). Aristophanes. London: W. Heinemann.

Bricoleur

Book vs. Film: The Birds

Daphne du Maurier’s “The Birds” opens with Nat Hocken, a farmhand, lamenting the overnight arrival of winter. Soon after, birds begin entering his home, attacking his family. 640 more words

Film

Tippi Hedren: Animal Attraction

Tippi Hedren is a Hollywood Icon for two reasons: First, she starred in two of Alfred Hitchcock’s strangest films – “The Birds” the precursor to the modern disaster movie and the psychological thriller “Marnie” and; she is the most famous survivor of Hitchcock’s obsessive abuse of the actress. 896 more words

Women