Sunday, October 28, 2007

more blurry birdie








and that concludes the bird photos (for a while)
which means, if you stop by tomorrow, you could very well be looking at wet rocks.

9 comments:

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

I love your bird shots, Taffiny. The way you've captured their masses, their movement. Really evocative! Well done!

Taffiny said...

Vanilla,
That is so nice of you to say. Thank you for saying it, I really appreciate it.

Matthew said...

Wow that's a lot of birds! I'm reminded of scenes from a famous Hitchcock movie...

Matthew

gayƩ said...

Matthew beat me to it. Whenever I see photos of birds, black in huge numbers like that I think of that movie, too!
Lovely photos, again. :)

Taffiny said...

Matthew, and Gaye,

Yeah. That was just one of the flocks, there were at least two, maybe three about. Moving in waves, one group would go here, another there, loved it when they swooped across each other's paths. It is a good thing it has been a long long time since I have seen that movie, so it is all very fuzzy, or else I might not take such joy in the huge numbers of birds.

Vesper said...

Excellent pics, Taff! I love birds and I like the way these ones move together...

Taffiny said...

Vesper,
Thanks again! ( I think I need to find some more words, ways of saying thank you.) Clearly I love birds too. (even blurry photos of them)

Jefferson Davis said...

Ah, they are a wee bit spooky. That many black birds would probably freak me out. Of course, I am very superstitious. :)

Excellent shots, Taffiny. :)

Taffiny said...

Jefferson Davis,
I guess I am not, though I admit I am usually in my car when I see them. I like to drive slowly, place myself among them, windows down, and watch and listen as they fly up, and all around me.

In fact I found another grouping this morning and did just that once again. Thanks for stopping by. Here's a tissue.