a) reprise from January 2020
JAN 29, magical palindromes: introductory poem and examples #1 to #5
b) current birdie-pics (repeated window strikes): Almost with this timing, a foolish pair of Eastern bluebirds repeatedly attempted to fly from their perching spot atop the birdfeeder's crook, through the upper part of our dining-room window; this despite our attempt to cut down the reflection of the sky behind the feeder and the false appearance of a nesting space in the interior. Finally, the feeder was removed from the crook, and the drama ended. See further posts for the follow-up.
|bluebird repeatedly trying to fly through the dining-room window