Thursday, August 3, 2017

Good Fences, August 3, 2017

Good Fences and Thankful Thursday

Tupelo, Mississippi, USA, June 26, 2017
I saw this Northern Mockingbird on a fence near a busy shopping center.

I know birds stand on one leg in the Winter to warm the other foot and leg, but why in Summer?

Thankful Thursday:
I am thankful that my husband is recovering well after hernia surgery on Tuesday.

Have a great day!

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  1. Hello, some birds will pretend they are hurt if they feel threatened. Great shots of the Mockingbird. I am glad your hubby is doing well after his surgery. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

  2. Great capture...I've never thought about it (why they stand on one leg)...just thought it was a bird thing. Actually, I stand on one leg alot lately. I have plantar fasciaitis and I rest that foot by stand on the one good foot. LOL!

  3. ...a fence post always looks better with a bird on top.

  4. lovely but simple fence . Thanks for joining Gosia from Europe

  5. A sweet bird! Thanks for linking up today and have a great weekend!

  6. Lovely photo Lea, its a bird I am very familiar with, they use to nest in my friends garden in Miami, when we holidayed there.
    Have a good week end Gordon.

  7. Lea - I love that there are old vines on the fence - so natural!


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