Posted on February 26, 2013 by Catherine ArcolioCraftsmanship Woven with beak and artistry beauty weathers winter to house the new life of spring. Like this:Like Loading...
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Beautiful beak work 🙂
It’s always magical when one spots something like this.
Lovely photo..nature is so breathtaking
You don’t get those materials at Home Depot.
Awesome find! One can never be too prepared 🙂
where’s that darn “like” button? but I can say I do love the layered shades of gray ~ Kat
Kat – thanks for your comment. WordPress keeps hiding the like button. Some days it is at the top of the page on the left hand side on the wordpress tool bar. Thanks for visiting!
I wanted to “like” this as well. A really interesting piece!
This is amazingly beautiful. All praise be to God.
Great post. I have a mud nest under the eave of my front porch that is revisited every year sometimes twice a year since 2006.
I love birds nests. Have you ever seen an Oriole nest? They are amazing.
This reminds me of 3 dimensional art weaving. I’ve always loved those weavings.
Nicely captured. A great portend of spring too.
I appreciate this (“contemporary” but timeless)housing a new family. Do you know what bird made it?
I’ve noticed that the ‘like’ button doesn’t appear on your site until I make a comment.
Wow! Tha’s so cool.
absolutely beautiful in word and image
Everyone has said it before me 🙂
Really lovely image!
A seamless pairing of image and word.
This is so intriguing. I wonder who made it.
yup…like button is not there so I will do it with words…”LIKE!” Makes me want to tear little pieces of old watercolors up for the birds this spring.
Excellent … as usual.
great shot – what a pad!
Lovely piece. 🙂
Bird’s nest amaze me!
Always such lovely work, photos and words. You’re always such a pleasure to read.
Delicate and inspirational.
anticipating the new life of spring!
Thank you for stopping by Clicks & Corks and liking one of my images: much appreciated!
I wish I could reciprocate by liking yours, but, like others, I cannot find any “like” button!
You have a very nice blog which I have enjoyed checking out.
Love this! And I love your poetic captions.
The tenderness of this image goes straight to my heart. I am glad to have discovered your blog.
The poem and photo both — just perfect. So, so lovely. Thank you for sharing them.