Thursday, 4 February 2010

Carnival Time (4): 'I and the Bird' from Australia to the World



Y Barcud, the Red Kite
seen above Aberglasney, Wales, UK
ten days ago

The carnival, 'I and the Bird', is now up and running over in Duncan's colourful back and beyond Australian backyard bush, 'Ben Cruachan'. You can read my entry or via the carnival site.

Do fly over to 'Ben Cruachan' to join in the fun and to sample a piece of bush damper*, before the birds demolish it all! You might also enjoy a visit to Seabrooke Leckie's carnival pond for January 2010 here.


* This reminds me of 'the drifting bread' in the poem, 'A Winter's Tale' by Dylan Thomas, who was born here in Swansea, Wales, UK.

5 comments:

Friko said...

Hi Caroline,
The Red Kites come as far over as the Shropshire
Hills now.

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Crafty Green Poet said...

I love read kites and these are lovely photos

Art Mama said...

Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful pics. Absolutely breathtaking!!

Marc Latham said...

Yes, red kites are one of my favourite birds, and your photos bring out their beauty.