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This little blue tit belongs among the smallest tits. Yet it is easy to recognize, because it has lovely yellow and blue shades combined with black stokes and white. Brave it is at well. Many times they need to defend themselves above bigger tits, when it comes to food from the feeding table (in winter), and when it comes to birdhouses in spring. I think the image of this little guy (or lady :-), brings out the bit harsh, self-conscious attitude that these small tits must have to get…


This curious bird came up to me while I fired a campfire in the woods. It was little shy, and obviously interested in finding some food.

The air is my friend, and my wings embrace it. They take hold in the air and leads me wherever I want. They range out and give me complete freedom under the firmament.

The water spray flies high, and I am completely in my element. The water and sun; It could never be wrong. Besides, I'm not alone. Really never. I have my siblings, cousins, aunts, uncles and nephews with me all the time. So, this is where I feel at home. You must happily visit me one day.

I'm just a bird. And my home is here by the water. I have nothing to hide, but everyone can see me. And I'm rather shy. So thank you for your attention, but I can now be a little for myself?

The seagull who looks furthest, flies highest. So I use my wings to fly under the firmament, with a seemingly endless sea of emptiness around me. I am alone but free and can reach as far as I want, as far as the eye can see.

“Don’t believe what your eyes are telling you. All they show is limitation. Look with your understanding. Find out what you already know and you will see the way to fly.” ― Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull

I'm probably not allene to believe that parrots often have a clear sight. They can see very clearly at you. Exactly what they think (or do not think) is another matter. However, I feel that there is something special that happens, when the eyes of a human and another creature (like this bird) meet so clearly.

Watching a seagull floating lazily Through an invisible blue ocean Effortlessly soaring on invisible waves Course dictated by winds currents Piercing eyes watching, senses alert Casting a moving shadow, cross the deep Tracking a path none knows Swooping, surfing ocean’s rollers Wingtips gently kissing wave peaks.