Sometimes I sit and think, sometimes I just sit!

Elizabeth Kendall

Bronkhorstspruit, South Africa

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God’s destiny will always challenge us to step out of our comfort zones, to go far beyond anything we are capable of, to risk all on something that has no guarantee of success in the natural and is absolutely the wrong logical choice. The Bible is filled with stories of those who accepted such a challenge…. They (the great heroes of life) choose to throw off the mooring lines, weigh anchor, and set out to the open waters, knowing they will face storms and the possibility of sinking. Their choice is not without thought, rather it is with a much deeper searching of the soul. They know quite well the possible consequences of their choices but also of refusing to make the choice. They would rather end at the bottom of the ocean than tied to the dock.
- Steve Vickers

PHOTOGRAPHY: Birds in my garden
FEATURED in Animals Captions And Confessions
21 Sept. 2011.
ERKENNING ontvang in Afrikaans is my moedertaal
22 Sept. 2011.
FEATURED in Wildlife of Southern Africa
2 Oct. 2011.
These pigeons are part of our lives. When I’m on holiday far from my hometown, I miss their beautiful, calming songs!
Canon PowerShot S51S
Photo: Bronkhorstspruit, Gauteng, South Africa.
The Speckled Pigeon or (African) Rock Pigeon (Columba guinea) is a pigeon which is a resident breeding bird in much of Africa south of the Sahara. It is a common and widespread species in open habitats over a good deal of its range, although there are sizeable gaps in its distribution.
This species builds a large stick nest in a tree and lays two white eggs. Its flight is quick, with the regular beats and an occasional sharp flick of the wings which are characteristic of pigeons in general.
This is a large pigeon at 41 cm in length. Its back and wings are rufous, the latter heavily speckled with white spots. The rest of the upperparts and underparts are blue-grey, and the head is grey with red patches around the eye. The neck is brownish, streaked with white, and the legs are red. The call is a loud doo-doo-doo.
Sexes are similar, but immatures are browner than adults.
The Speckled Pigeon is frequently seen around human habitation and cultivation. Most of its food is vegetable, and it gathers in large numbers where grain or groundnuts are available.
(Info: Wikipedia)

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