The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
That's adorable, I love the drop of water on his beak :-)
You were in the Paris Mosque?
Great Photo! I can hear him sing: C'est à boire, à boire, à boire. C'est à boire qu'il me faut!...which translates: "I'm thirsty. Come on. Give me a drink!"
There were so many opportunities Cherie. So I photographed a lot of birds!I was. It has a tea room, restaurant and Hammam. We spent a pleasant hour or so drinking sweet mint tea and pastriesAww now that's a wonderful thought Claudia!
A bird in the Drink at a House of worship perish the thought.
not just A bird but lots of them, Beak!
You should do Mono Weekly with a shot like that. Ubiquitous spadger.
I might just Aileni, I have tons of Spadger shots to offer!
:)As almost every second comment one can read in the so-called blogosphere is a superlative such as Excellent! - Oh my, that is absolutely gorgeous. - Amazing. - Stunning!! - Gosh, that's soooo cute! etc. etc., it's not easy to praise f.e. a photograph that is really extraordinary / special.:)So what can I say / write to make a difference? Oh well, what about this one?Certainly not the worst picture you took so far, Jams. Chapeau!
I've certainly taken far worse Sean!
black/white pictures are still the best.kindesthans
Alas it is a swarm of infidel birds in the drink. No doubt the birds wereunder the influence of Ayn Rand and must be stopped.
Did you see Hitchcock's The Birds?
Thanks HansHaha Beakerkin. THey were going to bore humans to death then?Indeed Ren. Mercifully they were just after titbits and not to peck our eyes out!
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