...were going about their business at the Table Creek bridge. Barn Swallows are not common in this area, so these were a nice surprise, especially considering their new status.
Barn Swallows everywhere are in big trouble, as Trevor Herriot explains in his latest post, so needless to say I watched these two with delight and a measure of sadness as I snapped a few pics, steadying the camera lens on the CROSS AT YOUR OWN RISK sign. The bridge has been in rough shape for years. Recently a meeting was held to discuss its future. I don't know what they decided, but I fear the swallows soon will.
Wonderful photograph, Brenda!
What glorious colours, too!
Thanks, Shelley! It was a glorious sight on a glorious day!
Lovely pic. Feels like being privy to a moment of stopped time...
I learn so much from your blog and your photographs. This one in particular is a beauty.
Thank you, Kathleen!
It's a good thing we are doing at the greenhouses I guess. We have barn swallows flitting in and out all day. Kind of a drag when they shit where they shouldn't but we co-exist.
Nice! Lucky you! I hope your greenhouses are doing well. What a cold spring.
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