On the Way: Flying Birds (WPC)

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Mating, nesting and raising a family keep birds busy during spring; then migrating thousands of miles to south in fall.

“Free like a bird.” Really?

WPC: On the Way


Tiny has been following the Osprey family for several weeks. She has documented these three Osprey since they were baby chicks, now they are growing into teens and are ready to learn fishing from Papa Stanley. Fascinating stories and photos. Take a look… 

67 thoughts on “On the Way: Flying Birds (WPC)

  1. Good morning, Amy. Beautiful photo! And an interesting question 😉 I guess… the grass is always greener on the other side of fence. Maybe birds think we are freer 😉
    Have a great day!

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    • Birds take responsibility no less than we do. I wish we could take ours graciously like birds do, and look like we are so free. 🙂 Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts.

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  2. Amazing split second captures, Amy. *applause* Your timing was perfect. You made the bird in the first photo look very graceful – even while busy building a home. Hope you’re well, Amy, and have a good week 🙂

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  3. When a baby is on the way, parent’s life are no longer their own, not even for the birds. 🙂 They are tied for life until the birds learn to free themselves from bondage. Great shots, Amy. Have a wonderful week, Perpetua.

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  4. free like a bird – really? oh that was really good. it is almost like saying I will “sleep like a baby” ha!
    and I love how the color in the second photo is enhanced a bit – the slight bit of blue depth helped the feel of the bird movement

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  5. A superb shot Amy with the light coming through the wings of the bird. I think I’d like to come back as a swallow in my next life (or an albatross – I can’t quite decide) either way I get to travel!

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