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Withypool Wander

How does the nursery rhyme go? ‘Rain, rain go away, come again another day’. We can always hope, but on Exmoor sometimes it rains for days on end: misty rain , drizzle, showers, heavy rain, torrential rain that falls like solid, silver stair rods. 1,923 more words

Buzzard Wake

From my porch I watch…

Buzzards surfing on the breeze

Social swirling dance

Celebrating the moment

The wind, lifts, ruffles my hair.

Leroy Pudd

I sent this to a friend & he suggested I bring a nobler bird than the buzzard. 36 more words

Early Evening on the Moor

After such a beautifully warm and sunny day there seemed no other way to end it than by taking a drive up and over the moor in the early evening, as the sun was preparing to say goodnight. 1,527 more words

99- Crowning Oaken Circles

O Buzzard in your oaken circles,

You crowned that loose, fair, golden hair.

I did not tell your wanderings for She did not love your height as… 26 more words

Poem

San Diego Zoo Safari Park

I promised great pictures but didn’t do a post yesterday. Well here’s why.

We went to the zoo, and it was too hot for most mammals. 118 more words

Travel

Oh You Dirty Bird

Dirty Bird Rice

“In the beginning,…” a lone creature stood at the mouth of the cave.

“….there was Light….”    The cave had been a buzz with activity. 2,370 more words

Cleveland

Black and White Photo Challenge #5

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When the Osprey Eagles re-build their nests and lay the next generation of chicks, I finally trust that it is spring.  After months of “empty nest syndrome,” we happily spotted brooding Ospreys in all of the familiar trees along the Colonial Parkway between Williamsburg and Jamestown. 502 more words

Nature Art