Sunday, October 10, 2010

hide and seek mockingbird

If you look closely, you'll see him.

Just the tip of his tail feathers, as he skims

under azure sky, over fuschia petals,

landing fearless

with flashing tail and warning chirrs.

Protecting his home, perhaps.

Inspiring joy,



Kay L. Davies said...

Beautiful. I don't think I've ever seen a mockingbird myself. I did spot the tailfeathers in the first photo, however!!

Kay, Alberta

Laura said...

so beautiful my sweet friend, so beautiful!

S. Etole said...

having eyes to see ... you see ... thank you for sharing these treasures with us

B. Meandering said...

I had to lean close, but was so excited when I saw him! You're having fun, aren't you?
You're starting to tease like Susie does!
I'm sitting here beaming, friend.

Jodi said...

This poem perfectly describes mocking birds. I love them. Well, they're my second favorite, litte wrens being my first.

Tracy said...

Oh, I miss the song of the Mockingbird... we don't have them here. I think of them back home there, and recall their song in the evenings before the close of day... Such wonderful photos today, Leslie! Happy Week :o) ((HUGS))

Francesca said...

I've never seen an image of a mockingbird (and we don't have them here)!

deb said...

I love birds.
We don't have mockingbirds here... thank you.

Rick said...

Found your blog via Susan's. Read through a number of your recent posts and admired your photos - wonderful !

We're joining the snowbird crowd in Florida this winter - saw your alligator post and took note ;-)

Boonie S said...

Beautiful photos! Thanks.

All the best, Boonie

Manda said...

Oh to see the simple beauty within the lush!

emily wierenga said...

certainly! you have eyes that see Him, leslie. love you.