Gray Catbird: Never underestimate the power of body language.
We need no plane to enjoy the exotic — this one, as close as a nearby lake. Like most of Nature, he provides a silent yet efficient sermon.
Here, the featured image reflects a munchkin bird determined to enjoy a peanut “too big” to handle. No fear. All heart. He met his goal, because he not only tried; he refused to quit.
Call him Zoom Dude. I've relished the blessing of observing many a bird / duck, but THIS guy personifies uniqueness in two ways.
My homie loves to tease: “girlFriend, you ain’t in Chapel Hill for me. You came to hang out with ‘LilMan.’ “
Change, a constant. Friend, a betrayal. Life, a death. Wrapping your head around the vagaries and vulgarities tossed by the Universe eats Herculean strength. Nature replenishes.
A Blogger's BuJo plays Siamese twin to my Core EDC BuJo. Both now appear in multi-year format within a classic Hobonichi Weeks. If you crave a similar comprehensive self-management system, here's your cheat sheet. This section details the spreads and rationales re my 2017-2021 reconfiguration of the horizontal weeks area.
Brown Pelican (Local / North America). Snapped @ Charleston Harbor, SC. Hobbyist, pro … the common thread remains the same: Whether you’re weilding a dSLR, fancy point & shoot, or smartphone, Big Fun forms the core goal. The sole command: Enjoy!…