Wordless Wednesday

birds nest

About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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28 Responses to Wordless Wednesday

  1. Anne says:

    When the vegetation dies back during autumn and winter, I am often taken aback by the number of birds’ nests that have been nearby without me knowing. What a poignant photograph.

  2. susurrus says:

    What a tiny nest! It does look very vulnerable now – let’s hope it did its job earlier this year.

  3. Joanne says:

    Aww, a tiny bird nest… I wonder what type of bird built that?

  4. Alice says:

    What a work of art. Pareidolia: I see a face in the nest.

  5. Birds nests and spider webs always remind us who are nature’s true artists.

  6. AmyRose🌹 says:

    What is so amazing about birds’ nests is the absolute perfection in each and every one of them. How do they know how to build these nests? Each one is a work of art and this one is no exception, Eliza.

  7. Widdershins says:

    Autumn is always a big revealer of the goings ons of spring and summer. : )

  8. krispeterson100 says:

    Sweet! And a harbinger of what next spring will bring.

  9. What a beautiful nest Eliza, I can see a furry hound’s face in there too! 😃

  10. I wonder if that nest blew out of a tree or was used by a ground nester. Maybe that face is a bird dog. 🙂

  11. Oh, nice! Did it fall or is it attached to grass?

  12. Sweet home, I hope the parent’s diligent work was a success with fledglings!

  13. Jet Eliot says:

    What’s great about this photo is that the nest is composed of the very grasses it has been blown into. Such a small nest, perhaps a hummingbird nest. Wonderful photo, Eliza.

  14. What a lovely find! A sign winter is coming … until they nest again!

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