Resident peacock at The Cathedral Church of Saint John of the Divine.
Hangs out on the garden gate a lot of the time... but now and again spreads those feathers.
Probably so he's not totally shown up by his buddy Phil. Hehheh.
I sang "Home on the Range" to them for this expression. Kidding you not!
Blanca, Bianca and Ginger were inseparable.
They dressed, partied and clubbed together.
They ate, studied and danced together.
Which of course meant that they were always caught by the paparazzi together.
Don't believe everything you hear with your mouth wide open.
Unless you're gullible.
Then do that.
I Only Have Eyes For Ewe
Hey, bleats me!
How would I know what she was wearing?
I only have eyes for ewe.
We 3 Pelicans
Birds of a feather, flock together.
Mountain pelicans live up here at 6000 feet.
How amazing is THAT??
got "that look" from a Pelican today.
I'm not quite sure how to feel about that look.
I mean, sure I was aiming at him/her through the baleful eye of my Howitzer (70-200 f/2.8 plus x2 extender) while he/she and his/her mate were attempting to dine peacefully upon local fishy fare... but you'd a thought I was the paparazzi stalking or something.
OK, I guess I was.
Well I guess I know EXACTLY how they feel about it now.
That's some look.
Hope is as simple
as where you focus.
Is it the end, or an opportunity to fly?
He could almost taste the delicious, delightful and utterly delectable flavor of the luscious fruit. Anticipated the first bite. The juice dripping from his lips. Each popping crunch releasing evermore of its sweet, sweet flavor. Mmmmmmm...
When you speak, I melt.
I cannot move, cannot look
I can only bathe in the beauty of your words.
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