- Nestled in Connecticut's "Last Green Valley," the journey continues....
this reminds me of the years i went hiking with my friend Diane, she always looked up and i always looked down. we both pointed out to the other photographer what she had missed...
Somebody's got to watch out for danger from above.
They're probably looking for predators but I like the idea of them 'looking up' and yes, I try to.
Lovely Blue Bird shots! One is always a "scout" looking up for hawks and when perched reaching for danger on the ground. I have heard that birds use different alarm sounds to alert the others that there is danger either from the sky or from the ground.
cute little blue birds!!well, i do try to look for the good...but i am always looking down...looking for some treasures...or just making sure i don't trip over something!! ha!
I love the beautiful bluebirds, I wish they were in my yard too. Great shots!
I try to be one of those people but it sure is hard sometimes.
I usually look down to make sure of my step, and I have found some "goods" that way. An Attakapas Indian arrowhead here in the US and lots and lots of 1600 clay smoking pipes/ shards in Zoeterwoude, The Netherlands. So it can be a "good" thing to look down. Linda@ Wetcreek Blog
I'm always looking skywards ... you just never know what might pass by.
Even the birds know you cannot be too careful now days. Its best to keep a keen eye our even if a bird.
Such adorable sweeties!
Lately, I have been looking down a bit more than up just to check my footing on the packed snow and ice...but once the weather improves, so will my gaze.
Lovely post... yes I look up and all around - so much beauty to see in this wonderful world of ours. I try to look past the not so nice aspects :D)
Looking up is always a good idea
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