Wordless Wednesday – Watch the Birdy





  1. Couldn’t have framed that better. Nice contrast, textures

    • Sue

      Well, the story goes like this….I wanted a person looking over to Etna from the theatre, but you weren’t allowed on the stage….then I saw this bird alight on the rubble, and thought ‘that’s my shot!’

  2. Hamlet or Omelet? I like the way you framed this photo. It is stunning. Ω

  3. Stunning view of Etna through the natural frame. Great stuff Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. Oooh, that’s a bit special! 🙂 🙂

  5. Quick on the draw to catch that moment Sue.

  6. I’m with you, the pigeon is the perfect finishing touch!

  7. Girl Gone Expat

    What a stunning view the birdie has to enjoy! 🙂

  8. More stunning again! Pigeon – I mean picture perfect!!

  9. A bird is much better for the sense of scale than the human figure and so much more elegant :D. Loving the view and your frame.

  10. An extraordinary view, perfectly framed!

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