Early Bird

This week WordPress photo challenger says that the theme is early bird.


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60 Comments on “Early Bird

    • πŸ˜€ Thank you, Janet. I am so busy lately, look when I am replying to the comments πŸ™‚


      • Paula, I know what you mean. With the beauties of spring all around and a relatively new (3 months) part time job, I have to make choices and I opt for more time outside and with my husband. But I try to cram in as much blogging, both posting (daily) and visiting as I can.


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  5. Fantastic photography and most ingenious theme interpretation. Seagull young just out of the nest early in it’s bird life ergo early bird. πŸ™‚


  6. But how do you know he was early? Maybe he was late for a previous evening engagement? You can never be sure with seagulls πŸ™‚ You made me laugh. Thank you.


  7. I love the look on its face. Is it saying “OK, I’m the early bird, but where’s the worm?” I’m going to do a word early bird, in black and white what’s more! My best early-birding was being early enough to beat the crowds at Plitvička and having all those waterfalls to myself for maybe two hours.


  8. the early morning light is enough to bring Earth and its creatures to life but there are only shades of greys as we awaken. Nice photo, enjoy the week.


  9. fun take on the early bird theme – and the pattern/design in the stone and bird is my fav of the shot –


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