Showing posts with label parrot. Show all posts
Showing posts with label parrot. Show all posts

Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Divine Nature: Birds

Hello everyone!

Today I would like to talk about finding inspiration in everything bird related, especially their feathers. Feathers were always important to me. If I would find a beautiful feather on the floor in the woods, I would cherish it and keep it, sometimes I would even make some jewellery out of it. I have found duck, parrot, jay feathers from the most fascinating ones and I also posses a whole collection of feathers from the zoo or purchased on Etsy. For me feather is one of my symbols as I am a Mandarin Duck :) And yes, I have some orange sale Mandarin Duck feathers, too :) Very special! I am planning on framing them all under one large frame and place it somewhere in my house. Perhaps a few smaller frames if I won't find a large enough space for a Grande design.
So here are a couple of collages I made for you. Please enjoy, let your inspiration juices flow and let me know how you like this post and if you would like me to continue posting these kind of photo collage posts for you. I am all for it :) So nice!




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Saturday, 18 October 2014

My Garden Friends

This is just a short post in my blog diary to post up about the creatures that visit our garden.
We have a family of Jays, 2-3 squirrels, about 3-4 foxes passing by every day regularly, magpies, pigeons ( roof is their home), and today also a pair of green parrots joined the party. I managed to take a picture of a jay and one of the parrots together and then the parrot and a squirrel. Was taking pics from my kitchen window, so it's not a perfect quality, but Ashley says he will try to attach a GoPro camera to the tree next to the bird feeder and then we will be able to see videos of them eating. This will be so exciting. But for now enjoy these two pics!
It's October the 18th and it is 20'C outside. Very warm days for October.


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