Fly

I wasn’t going to take images of a grotty insect called a fly (and can’t quickly lay my hands on an air balloon image) so here is a stork showing us how it can fly:

Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

31 comments

  1. It’s pretty good at flying, isn’t it? 🤣💗 Lovely shot, Sue.

  2. The stork is so graceful, and you captured it beautifully, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Sue

    Ugh, no, don’t agree!!

  4. That is a wonderful shot, Sue.

  5. How easy to go from UGH to AAH, right Sue? Fly indeed!!!

  6. Fabulous photo Sue 😀

  7. So much fun! I loved seeing them in Germany a few years ago. You’re lucky to have them.

    • Sue

      I’ve only seen them in Romania(where this was taken), or in Alsace

      • I guess if I thought about it I did know they were on the continent and not in England but they must be less common than I thought. I was lucky to see them…and it was by chance. When we traveled to the northern EU in 2019 we went to the small village in Germany where my paternal grandmother was born and raised. We were driven around by a distant relative (we couldn’t figure out exactly how we’re related!) and she mentioned a nest so I said, “Yes! Let’s look for it!” and there they were, flying around their nest and a field. Nice memory.

  8. LOVE this fly photo, Sue!
    What a nice glide and freedom feeling you have us

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