What do you see # 59 – A Roundup

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Looking up in the evening sky I saw them flying southbound

The three birds, a family ready to follow the path

That countless generation had taken before them

The path ingrained in their genetic memory, that ensures

Their survival, and continuance of the species

Each and every day nature works to preserve its balance

Seamlessly, in a harmonious way day after day, year after year

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A wonderful week of participation from the blogging family this week. My heartfelt gratitude to all those who read, contributed, commented this week. Please click on the links to read the contributions of these wonderful people.

Lady Lee Manila; What Do you see # 59

Chris Hall; Home for the holidays

Reena; Wings

Ramya Vivek ; All I want for Christmas

Jim; The waning gibbous moon

Melanie; What do you see # 59

Di; What do you see # 59

Jules; The Damned family- 49& 50

Radhika; Eventide inspiration

Jude; Chambers of the heart

Michnavs; Soar

Happy Soul; New year

Susi; A photographer’s dilemma

Eugenia; One of those days

Jeff; Flight

Carol Anne; What do you see # 59

Jenanita; What do you see # 59

Punam; Waiting for January

Goutam; Perspective- Child and parents

Tanya; What do you see # 59

Irma; To touch the moon

I will be posting next week’s prompt at 12:00, noon, PST

Thanks once again for your support.

#Keepitalive

#Whatdoyousee

#WDYS

18 thoughts on “What do you see # 59 – A Roundup

  1. Birds are amazing creatures that is for certain. Yesterday I saw a huge V of geese. I was always fascinated too by the migration of Monarch Butterflies. The first time I saw a photo of a tree just covered with them I was amazed.

    Thanks for continuing to host WDYS. Stay safe and healthy!

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