Migration - Otherwise Known as Which Way Did They Go!

Bunny Clarke

Vista, United States

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Migration times for birds have always fascinated me. Yes, I am quite infatuated with birds. Have been since I was at least three years of age. I love each fall when the ducks, loons, and geese come in. In the spring we have breeding times for new youngsters growing up very quickly. Sometimes two clusters. It is about the time of hatching that the birds of prey come in to help themselves tender baby birds. I sound heartless, but actually I am a realist. Everything has to eat. I cannot fault them for eating. I don’t have to like it, but that is the way they were meant to be. Nobody feels bad if its a fish or crab when the Grebes or Herons catch them. :o)

The creation of this work was done mostly in Incendia to represent the migration times. North to South, but some groups go East and others go West. May a couple of hundred miles apart. This bunch is a group of loons. :o) Post work done in Photoshop.

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