Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Tell me a story - Thematic Photography

Congratulations to Carmi for reaching a 200 thematic photographic milestone. For this week he has chosen an abstract theme.


As I am preparing to travel back to the UK later today I only have one picture for you today. This was taken through a double glazed window. The tree is 400 yards away; the birds are rooks.

Rooks
There are several collective names for rooks. This photo may hit them all.

  • Building - who put that scaffolding there"
  • Parliament - a lot of hot air
  • Clamour - you can hear them this far away.
  • Story tellling - about the bird that got the worm.

For other abstract celebratory posts please visit thematic-photographic-200

12 comments:

Tina´s PicStory said...

nice shot! my abstract is something you sure know :) if you see my newest post you will know :)

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Special rook move
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Gilly said...

Ah, I like those rooks - I always liked the name "Parliament" - those personally I think rooks are a lot more sensible than some in our own dear House of Commons!!!

Jo said...

I thought parliament was for owls. Have a good trip home.

Max Sartin said...

They do look like they could be standing around planning some new laws.

Little Nell said...

Or enjoying a little Rookery Nook!

Bish Denham said...

Don't look now, but somebody's taking our picture.

Jim said...

You are right, Bob, those birds aree up to something. I think here they are waiting for the coffee to brew before they start.

Have a nice trip.
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Alexia said...

Nice shot. "Clamour" is my favourite of the terms.
Hope you have a good trip home.

Karen S. said...

I bet your sad in some ways to leave such a beautiful time not just Michigan, but catching up with your daughter! Safe journey home Bob...and perhaps these lovely birds will sing you a song!

Kalei's Best Friend said...

Those birds definitely are an ornament on that bare tree!. btw, as far as your comment... try taking a photo of that water bogged lawn from grass level... bet u get an interesting shot... :-)

tony said...

Or, A Branch of Rooks?