'Little white bird of the summer sky/ Silver against the golden sun,/Over the green of the hills you fly,/ You and the sweet, wild air are one.'Kilmer J.Wonderful!Regards
So do I, they are the starlings of the gulls. A great set once again.
I love them too Bob, especially that third shot. :)
Wind, a nice poem.I never thought that you would think of Starlings Adrian.It is nice that you think like me, Keith.
Well I thought they would be rare at the Forest of Dean...just goes to show what I know. Great shots as usual Bob.
These are each such lovely ones, yet I think the third one from the top seems to be calling my name, very lovely indeed~
Wonderful shots!You would be welcome to contribute and help to begin a new endevour called "World Bird Wednesday" a chance for bird photographers to share and spread word of their blogs to others!Visit http://pineriverreview.blogspot.com/ and check it out! Springman!
une belle série de photos de ces oiseaux blancs aux yeux noirs !!
Actually, Lydney is a town that is on the outskirts of the Forest of Dean Trevor, I have to travel to get to FOD, but, it is about 15 minutes away.Well Mary, it's lovely to hear them calling your name.I will look at the blog you have mentioned Springman.Merci Marty.
They are so wonderful with the new coats... they shed light on gray days!! wish you a perfect day my friend :))isabella
I do love them too... We have many of them around here now too, even in winter! Beautiful shots Bob and I can see you are struggling with the light too ;-)
Wow! Sharp captures!
Pretty pictures, Bob!
Hello BobAgain really nice these pictures, i like this very much.greetings, Joop
They all look very smart.