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Friday, February 25, 2011

The Weekend in Black and White: a flock hides within

I need to cut away last years dead growth in my ornamental grasses to make way for the new, but every time I get close to it a bunch of birds start flying out or scream at me from within.
Click for the home of the Weekend in Black and White.


Cezar and Léia said...

I love the sensation of texture, this picture is wonderful!

annalarssonphotography said...

Beautiful texture in this shot!

Have a great weekend :)

Martha Z said...

It is giving them protection from the cold and preditors. Soon the weather will warm and trees will leaf out giving them more options.

Anonymous said...

Ha, I just did the same thing and it'd a job I despise. Maybe I should take my camera next time and I won't despise it as much :-)

Excellent lines!

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

I like tangles like this.


Rejen said...

Lovely picture...;-D

Dragonstar said...

Wonderful pattern. Great contrast too. Seems those birds know a good thing when they see it!

Cildemer said...

Seems a great place for the birds to play hide and seek;o)

Have a happy weekend****

Regina said...

Great one!

Happy weekend.


Laura said...

oh but if you did, not only would the birds have no place to nest, but you wouldn't have had this amazing textural photo to capture!

Yoshi said...

It's a great idea to show in B&W. Love the patterns.
Have a wonderful weekend.

lina@home sweet home said...

Looks stunning in black and white :)

genie said...

Oh, don’t cut them yet. They are too pretty and the birds are so happy. Lovely kind of shot. Great texture.

DeniseinVA said...

Looks like those birds do not want to be evicted Carver. I love this photo!

Nydia said...

Wonderful shot as usual, Carver!

Have a great week.
Kisses from Nydia.

anemonen said...

Creative and lovely texture.

SandyCarlson said...

Beautiful texture. Sure is lovely. Reminds me of a trip to the beach last week! And fills me with hope for a new NC adventure in April (I hope)! Really gorgeous.


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