I’ve been having fun this weekend working on some of my photo art images, but decided to share a few images of interesting weaver nests today. They caught my eye, and I decided to just go with it.
On my most recent trip, we saw communal nests of the red-billed buffalo weaver and the typical hanging basket style nest of southern masked weaver (that’s my best guess, as we didn’t actually see anyone in residence).
On previous trips I saw several other great examples.
The WordPress photo challenge prompt for the week is layers. I shot this image while on a bird watching boat trip along the Kazinga Channel in Uganda. There were several fishing villages along our route, and most of the boats were already in for the day by the time we set out. The person taking the climb back to the village from the shore caught my eye from the boat.
I feel this image is a great example of showing off many layers; not only do we have the water, the land and the sky, but several layers of nature interspersed with man made objects.
This past weekend, my Mom and I were discussing one of her friends that is terrified of birds. So in honour of the topic of Danger, here is a post that is only spells danger for Norma Jean, and anyone else with ornithophobia.