Birds I’ve not photographed

Another quick post. Needed a few minutes to take the weight of the world of my shoulders and unwind.

These are painted on the outside wall of a United States Post Office contractor office . . . Like a regular post office but not.

In the two years and six months we’ve been here, I’ve only photographed one of those and that was only a few months ago.

Let me tell you . . . Slim pickings when it comes to bird photography.

Unless you go in the middle of nowhere. That’s where the birds hang out; in the middle of nowhere.

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14 Responses to Birds I’ve not photographed

  1. seekraz says:

    That’s a nice collection of…birds that you haven’t photographed…..

    Liked by 1 person

  2. They are beautiful.


  3. Glad these birds could be found at the PO CO for you to photograph!
    They are beautiful and have an air of peace about them. But I imagine the real birdies do flit around too fast to shoot! (You know, with a camera!)
    HUGS!!! :-)


  4. AnnMarie says:

    They’re BEAUTIFUL! And having the Hawai’ian names is a great idea . . . setting out to memorize them would be a great mental exercise . . . and achievement!


    • disperser says:

      I gave up learning the language here when I realized that even the natives don’t all agree on pronunciation. Plus, I have a vowel limit rule . . . more than 75% vowels and I’m outta there.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. paolsoren says:

    A very delightful collection.


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