Look who came and sat in the oak tree at the bottom of my garden today I thought it was too small to be a buzzard, and luckily I had my camera by my side, so I took masses of pictures (garn! I need to get a better zoom lens)
look at those wonderful wing markingshe/she landed on the edge of the field
and gave me some great shots to identify it as a buzzard. They look much bigger when soaring in the sky.
I like to look in ‘Medicine Cards’ by Jamie Sams and David Carson, when animals make a strong or unusual appearance:
“Hawk may be teaching you to grab an opportunity which is coming your way…or bringing you the message that you should circle over your life, and examine it from a higher perspective. ….. Hawk has a keen eye and a bold heart”
Always good to look at things from a higher perspective.
And as coincidence would have it, a friend shared this on FB today nice synchronicity
Buzzard in oak tree Surveys the scene with hawk eyes Then swoops to the ground
White goddess stands tall In blue anemone flowers She basks in nature
White goddess sits down Amidst pink polyanthus She glows in nature
Week 5 (gosh these weeks spin round so quickly!) of Bluedaisyz 52 week challenge. It’s so cool to see how each of us interprets the subject each week, I really look forward to the Monday posts. Click on the link and join in – it’s fun!
There are 6 of us in the weekly challenge, at the moment, it would be great if you would like to join us, there are no rules, just a new subject each week. Here’s our take on ‘White’ : Jamie, Melissa, Roz, Erika, Garry
An previous weeks: Week1, Week2, Week3, Week4