Bluebird Row

waiting for occupancy

waiting for occupancy

Bluebird houses, all in a row, wait for the bluebirds’ return.

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Comments

  1. I love bluebirds. Can’t wait till they come back.

  2. I don’t envy you on your winter Bo, ours was bad enough, I can only imagine what yours has been like !!

    Great shot, I bet the b&w has been mimicking your mood lately, I shot a bunch of black and white this winter because of the mood it gave me !!

  3. They do look like they’re expecting company..or the return of their inhabitants. Wonderful ‘spring’ image.

  4. Ah, we have a bluebird corridor as well, awaiting occupancy. Good luck!

  5. Interesting houses: so different from what we see out here. Won’t it be nice when they are occupied again!

  6. Definitely the shot portrays waiting. Oh to see bluebirds and spring in full force without any more winter weather! 🙂

  7. The REAL snowbirds are on the way!

  8. Gandalf says:

    Once the occupants return you can do a Wizard of Oz touch and show us in color.

  9. The bluebird houses seem all alone on the country road. Who will be around to see the birds when they come to nest?

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