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41 thoughts on “Birdsong #WordlessWednesday #Photography”
Hard to tell what beautiful birdsong is what, but I loved the very first one, right out of the gate. What a nice and melodic walk you took us on Hugh.
Here is my Wordless Wednesday from last week. Silent ducks as they were zoned out a little as it was still early in the day:
I’m glad you enjoyed my woodland walk, Linda. That first bird was the nearest one to me. He\she had quite the voice.
I did Hugh. Since I am a walker, I’d say it is my kind of walk. Birdsong is the icing on the cake for any nature walk and that bird had a wonderfully voice.
Wow they’re noisy. So happy. I went for a wander through my local park yesterday, and likewise, listening to the birds was lovely.
It’s so relaxing listening to the birds sing, Brenda.
It is til you go flying 😆 I wasso busy looking around at the trees, watching the birds that I lost my footing … nothing broken but a few bumps and scrapes
Oh, no. That’s why I tend to stay still when looking up. I once walked into a lamp post while looking up. Ouch!
I’m planning another walk this afternoon… hubby asked if that was wise lol 😆
Lol, remember to stop and take everything in. Or even find a park bench, sit down, close your eyes and listen.
What a lovely walk, Hugh! Thank you for taking us with you.
You’re welcome, Eugi.
I have been doing Wordless Wednesday for a long time. It does deserve a host as I only see a few.
Here’s my last post
Thanks once again
Thanks so much. And thanks for joining us for Wordless Wednesday.
Hi Hugh, what absolutely gorgeous scenery!! Do you get to go for walks there often? I would love to go there for a nice long walk and listen to the sounds of those song birds. Nature at it’s best. I don’t know what birds are in the video and am not great at knowing bird calls. But I do love the sounds of mourning doves, cardinals, whippoorwills and owls.
Hi, Lea. Yes, the trail in the video is a 30-second walk from where I live. It’s lovely to walk during the summer months when it is hot because it has so much shade.
I’m also a lover of the morning bird chorus. But I also love the sounds of owls hooting during the night mainly during the winter months.
The trail is full of wildlife, mainly birds and squirrels, but lots of insect life too, especially butterflies.
Love the video Hugh a breath of fresh air 💜
Thank you, Willow.
What a lovely place – you’re a lucky guy!
I am. Thank you.
Oh your birdsong video is so cool. 😀 😀
Here is my wordless wednesday.
I’m glad you enjoyed the short walk with me, Cee.
Thanks for your link.
Beautiful, Hugh and a great idea to have a video.
Thanks, Cathy. I don’t know why I didn’t think of it before.
So pretty, the bird song as well as the walk in nature. Love it! I have a different bird feature today, https://esmesalon.com/bitten-in-two/
Hi Hugh! I normally add an instrumental for Wordless Wednesdays too! But chose a photo this time. Love the birdsong here, so peaceful. And what a gorgeous trail that looks like 🙂
Here’s mine: https://sunrarainz.wordpress.com/2023/05/24/wordless-wednesday-6/
Thank you, Sunra. Yes, this trail is lovely to walk along and clear your mind.
I never thought to add a video rather than a photo to my Wordless Wednesday posts before. I may do this a little more often.
Thanks for your link. I’ve left you a comment.
Thank you, Hugh, appreciated 🙂 I add instrumental music all the time! If only as an excuse to listen to it again at an idle moment.
That sounds like an excellent reason, Sunra. And I love instrumental music too.
So perfect, Hugh! The best sounds of spring! How perfect to be so close to home!
Yes, this trial is a 30-second walk from the house, Terri. And it’s so quiet, although a cycle path runs adjacent to it.
I had a trail like that at my old place. I would walk it every morning when there were little to no other people on the trail. It was always better to have it all to myself. After seeing your video, I kind of miss it now.
I was going to post a video today also. It’s strange how a lot of our WW seem to end up being similar. Or my tinfoil hat is malfunctioning. I was going to post a video of our fishies but decided on a panel of photos. https://macsopinion.com/wordless-wednesday-number-9/
I’m always amazed by how quiet this trail is. I like it because it’s very shady, so when the hot sun is beating down, it’s a great place to walk without getting too hot and bothered. I rarely use it in the winter months, though. I tend to walk along the seafront then.
Yes, being able to walk in the shade on hot sunny days is always refreshing.
What a magical place!
Only a 30-second walk from me, Colleen.
Beautiful. I have some walking trails nearby as well. I’m waiting for the pollen to subside a bit and then I’ll be out taking photos too.
Fortunately, I don’t suffer with hay-fever. And what I like about this place too is that it’s very shady when the UV levels are high.
Yes. I have to be careful with the sun. I’m on medication that makes it difficult. But, I can breathe, so there’s that. LOL!