Weekly Photo Challenge: CREATE (revised edition)

I am not much of a crafts person, but still some months ago I came up with a creation for the purposes of two subjects weekly challenge theme. For those interested in my crafts abilities I suggest to check out the link  Two Subjects.

This time I am not feeling particularly creative and as we all know you can’t force art, so I decided on a different take on “create” as in “create a mess”, and I am presenting you my feathery neighbour creating a mess on my balcony. I have been told that we all have problems with neighbours, but this one is really giving me headaches.

 

 

60 Comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: CREATE (revised edition)

  1. My daughter just came in and asked me why I was laughing so hard! You make me laugh lady:-D This is a perfect “Creation” for this week.

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  2. OMG that is a great capture… I’m so glad that I read the post because I didn’t notice that you caught the “moment” 🙂 too funny.

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  3. Oh my! Great timing! I can relate – there are several magpies that hang around and leave big messes on our roof, deck, etc.

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  4. ‘hahaha’ A great shot, if the bird had been a little more creative, so it had turned around and created some commotion downstairs on the sidewalk… 😉

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    • Actually, if he had done that, he would have been pooping right into someone’s coffee cause the sidewalk is packed with open-roof bars :D. Shoot, I will have to teach him to turn his butt a bit :D. Thank you for the comment 🙂

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    • I have been bugging hubby about a barrier for years 😀 So far he has not come up with anything, so the only thing I can do for now is to shoot buggers 😉

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  5. your feathery neighbour leaving a shit-mess on your balcony, maybe he doesn’t even know what his backside is doing, sorry for that – but on the other hand I adore all animals, who are able to fly; I would like to follow them for a trip through your neighborhood …

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  6. Oops! Such a fun. I love the idea of “creating a mess.” Don’t we have that everyday in our lives? It’s what spice up our days. Some call it “work” , others call it “stress” , I call it “letting go and chilling out.” It’s great to be organize but every now and then, it feels good to be unstructured and enjoy the moment as it comes. Thanks….

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  7. I think this was the first picture I noticed on your blog.
    The picture is nice unless his ‘mess’. 😀 That’s why I said nothing.

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    • 🙂 Thank you dear Cornel, but “mess” is the big part of the picture 😉 and what makes it “rock” 😀

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  8. I love your “create” interpretation. I’m still debating how I’ll go with this challenge. Too bad I don’t usually take photos of the kitchen after I’ve made a huge mess… Don’t you think the birds wouldn’t be a problem if they had better bathroom etiquette?

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    • I am sure that whatever you do in your kitchen is a creation… it does not have to be mess ;). I have always liked pigeons and used to feed them and lure them till they started using my grounds as toilet 😉 Thank you Terri 🙂

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  9. At first I was a little confused, then it hit me. I sometimes wonder if I have a target on my head as I seem to get hit with more than my share of “messes.” Great post.

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  11. Dear @Paula, perfectly timing photoshot. You’re lucky 😛 Btw, thanks a lot for the visiting in my blog. I enjoy your blog, keep writing if you have time 😛

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    • Why thank you… I intend to write and am happy to hear you like both my photos and words :). I consider myself lucky in spite of having to clean after him ;). See you Anna!

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    • Yeah 😀 I never listen to it, but it comes to my mind when I see pigeons getting too comfortable on my balcony. Have you noticed the poop or you are too squeamish to comment? 😉

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  12. Au bon endroit, au bon moment et une bonne idée pour le WPC 😀 Par contre, pour le côté poétique… 😀

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  13. That pigeon has a problem !!! – been eating too little stodge, I fear. I hope you got him on to something a little more … solid, Paula ? [grin] That’s the first time I have EVER

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    • 😀 Some years back I had two adult pigeons with two babies on my balcony that I fed, but I can’t and won’t tell you how it all ended – a total disaster :D. Nowadays I just shoot them or chase them aways.

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  14. I simply could not resist clicking on the link from ‘monochrome time’, after the build-up in comments with M-R. All I can say is, Ewwww! (And your timing was impeccable!)

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