where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
September 7, 2016 § 8 Comments
begins with two
sentinels of progeny
Tagged: bird, bird nests, clouds, colony, dead trees, heron, heronry, landscape, neighborhood, progeny, rookery, sky, skyline, trees, twins, watch tower, wild life
I have never been lucky enough to see a heronry
Very striking photo.
Thanks Lee. I’d never seen this before!
I’ve been lucky enough to see a heronry, at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and it really is an amazing sight. Thanks for sharing this.
We had herons nesting across from where we lived and it was amazing! Thank you for sharing yours.
OH! Lucky you!
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