Thursday, February 14, 2013

City Living

Some folk are just sociable, I suppose. Weaver birds of a feather flock together.


Alifan said...

Very cosy no worry about baby sitting!

You cannot call it Bob the fish were always that!

dive said...

Just because every fish in the world is called Bob, it doesn't mean birds can't be Bob, too.

Speedway said...

Hmm, the similar appearance of the nests, as well as their layout on the tree, remind me of tract housing developments laid out all over the US - same size, tan, little cul-de-sac branches.

Bird-brain architecture at both its best and worst.

Petrea Burchard said...

I'm thinking Theodore Geisel went on the same safari adventure Phil took.

Ms M said...

Ha! That's great, Petrea!

Looks like an avian apartment or condo complex. "Scenic views of the river... recreational opportunities... close to shopping... child care available on site..."

dive said...

It is a little overdeveloped, isn't it, Speedway. But at least they have the sense to build above flood levels, unlike humans.

You could be right, Petrea. The Lion in the Hat would be a slightly different book, however.

Ms M. you should go into real estate selling.