Haunting, Enthralling, Enchanting —Thursday, October 29, 2020

Before Autumn abruptly shifted into winter

I walked the farm marveling

At the dance the flocks of birds make, swirling and dipping in the sky.

Look who is back!Β  The day before the big wind, I saw a Sandhill Crane in the yard!

And a Crow on the road!

Not to mention

Our amazing hawk—I call him Harry. It might be a she, so Harriett would then be her name.

DINNER!

Your friend on a western Colorado farm,

Linda

 

 

 

24 thoughts on “Haunting, Enthralling, Enchanting —Thursday, October 29, 2020

  1. Those swirling clouds of (usually) starlings – called a β€œmurmuration β€œ. There are fabulous videos of them on YouTube from various parts of the world. In some videos they are close enough to hear the sound. Just enthralling!

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  2. Ah…the sandhills have arrived. Wonderful! I miss wishing them safe journey every year. You capture natures beauty so well. How are you doing?

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  3. Amazing shots! As usual… That crane is stunning. What a visit. Your place is so full of activity.

    Did it warm up for ya’? I threw some heat your way. Then, we got blasted with wind gusts from the Zeta. We had a huge murder of crows in an enormous Pecan across the street. BOY they were chattering.

    I was walking my yard, picking up limbs strewn all over the place. We got some steady rain, too.

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