Birding Seasons and Rowing (Sport)

Week Photo challenge: Seasons

Jen H wants us to share an image that embodies the world or the weather where you live.

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These three images are showing the continuous movements of these flying birds, captured in less than 2 seconds.

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In spring and fall, great armies of birds migrate across Texas skies. More than two-thirds of birds in Texas are migrants.

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Rowing for Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Challenger’s Choice

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LBJ Lake, Austin, Texas

A bit of early for rowing on the lake in February, it feels like summer is almost here…

Please visit Sally beautiful words and photos of her White Gerber Daisy post.

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Happy Tuesday!

53 thoughts on “Birding Seasons and Rowing (Sport)

  1. Amy, enjoyed them all. As a set I found it fascinating to start with birds of plenty and then the finale was the rowers who I’m sure on many occasions view flocks overhead. Rowing is a huge sport in the Mid Atlantic, and your image shows the combination of benefits: visual appeal of the surroundings along with exercise and camaraderie. Happy Photo Challenge.

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  3. Your header is awesome, Amy! Loved how you captured the birds and the rowers. The way birds migrate is fascinating to watch. I hope to see flocking birds here soon … the weather has been so mild I wouldn’t be surprised to see them any day now.

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    • We saw lots of birds last weekend at the coastal area last weekend. The LBJ Lake runs through Austin, it’s close enough for us to enjoy the pretty view. Thank you for visiting, Simon.

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  4. I love seeing flocks of birds, fishing birds in particular, although I’ve never seen as many of them together as in your photos. Right now there are hundreds of geese on the river in the park where I walk. I don’t know whether they know something about an early spring that I don’t or if they’re just, well, bird-brained. 🙂

    Have a wonderful Wednesday, Amy.

    janet

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  5. Fantastic scenes with a large-scale of seasonal movements in nice setting,dear Amy!The phenomenon of the bird migration is really thrilling to watch and observe the birds’ excitement as they gather together and get ready for their long journey.When we see them coming,we feel really relieved because they made it.Your rowing action shot is wonderful too,perfect angle and lovely reflective blue waters.You brought summer earlier 🙂 xxx

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