On a morning dog walk this week I was reminded of the freedom our feathered friends enjoy.
Near the Parroquia, a vendor throws corn out each morning feeding the pigeons roosting on ledges and roofs of nearby buildings. It is a routine they know and expect, and the feeder seems to find joy in his contribution in making the birds life a bit easier.
I snapped some pictures of these multi-colored flyers with a shot of one of the nearby bird resting place, and a lone feather I found after they all had flown away.
The ability to fly free brought a smile to my face. Perhaps I’m longing for those days before self-isolation.
4 thoughts on “Birds Fly Free”
I’m vicariously enjoying your walks, so please keep sending pix. My view from the living room is lovely but rather static.
We explore different streets that I think are safe for walking, meaning the streets or sidewalks are smooth. I’m still a bit nervous about stumbling and falling.
I’ve wondered since childhood what it must be to soar on ones own wings. Never more than now …. I loved this post. 🐦
Imposed restriction does make us dream of flight!
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