Sunday, November 15, 2009

Nature Is Art

I have been a crafting fool all day long, but am not prepared enough to post about it yet. I took a break to try and catch up on some of my Google Reader backlog, and found the following clip on Stefani's blog. She found it somewhere else, but O.M.G. When you have 5 1/2 minutes to sit and watch, without distraction, you will not be sorry.


  1. WOW!! That is amazing footage, I'd love to be there to see it in person. Thanks for posting that.

  2. Fascinating! I too would love to experience this in person.

  3. Someone had sent this to me sometime ago; it's absolutely amazing how those birds know when to turn and swoop and fly. Have great day.

  4. This always makes the hair on the back of my neck prickle it is so awesome.
    Not far from my son, but don't think he's ventured out to see them. A hundred miles or so from me unfortunately.
    I get the smaller flocks over my garden and they come to feed here on the way to their roost.
    Thanks for sharing.


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