They were birdlike and referred to their planet as the nest.

(Timothy Lake, Oregon, July 2018)

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One Reply to “Birdlike”

  1. Hi Elan

    I have always been fascinated by the way tree wood looks from various angles, often more pronounced ( in silhouette/form) at dusk or morning. Yet, it invites the imagination to see what it wants to perceive. And how beautifully your photographic eye has captured this bird image with its open mouth begging to be fed by the observer’s eye, the artist’s hunger.

    Much enjoyed this,
    wendy

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