Friday, October 14, 2011

Avian Sun Worshipers

There used to be a pier for human use here at the corner of South Roosevelt and Bertha. Now there isn't.

These days there are a series of platforms set out on the water.

This is where birds of various feathers gather to matter and catch a few rays.

Of course you'll always find the odd confused human who believes he's one with the birds and thinks they want to share their space with him.

Birds are much more accepting of us in their space than we are of them in our spaces.

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Steve Williams said...

We have similar sights here. Except for the water. And the sunshine. And the birds are all crows.

Other than that it's exactly the same.

Conchscooter said...

You deserve better. Buy a Bonneville.