#Words and #PictureOfTheDay: 29/Mar/22

Metal birds stuck on a pole? This eye-catching sculpture of birds in flight (I think they may be geese or cranes, but can’t now recall!) stands by the footpath winding its way through a park by the river in Ross on Wye. We rarely walk in a manicured landscape, but we’d had some lunch here, after a shopping trip for essentials, and wanted to stretch our legs before the short drive back home.
It turned out to be a pleasant walk, and we met another photographer who told us of kingfishers that use the river for food. One day, perhaps I’ll manage to find enough time in quiet to watch, and maybe even photograph those beautiful, multicoloured little birds. But, for the moment, I’m happy to portray those captured by others in metal worked so well it appears to be taking flight.

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    1. Me, too. Lynette. Though I suspect it will be more by accident than design. We visit this place only occasionally, and rarely go down to the river there, as neither of us enjoy being in towns. But there is a slight possibility, now the beavers have settled in, that kingfishers may begin to visit our own nearby valley and we may be fortunate enough to see them there.

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