Firstly I was sent this link by a friend, and I thought it struck a similar chord to some of my recent meanderings on visualisation. It also has some useful in-the-field bird photography advice. Funny how it’s taken a lockdown for people to realise that ‘awareness’ is not some app on a phone.
Tiny Wonders by Jessica Martin ABC News
She talks about developing a “Sense of Awe”
“In many ways, then, these tiny, simple things we’ve been savouring lately — a flower, a bird’s pitch-perfect trill, how the sun hits the wet grass after a night of heavy rain — are the big things.
There are silver linings in all this.”
Hope you find it encouraging.
Back to the Kites.
I’m just now getting to working through the images of a couple of months back to consolidate them into working groups of similar actions or events.
The young had been on the wing for a couple of weeks and had developed their in-flight feeding skills. Poor old Bronson, had more work than a one-armed paperhanger keeping up with their voracious hunger. The female, Belle, seems to play no part in their early training or feeding once they are on the wing.
From The Global Headquarters of the Doona Hermit