Look Up: Bird in a tree

As I approach the home stretch of the NaBloPoMo month of May Look Up theme (that’s a mouthful!), I’m finding it more difficult to come up with something that doesn’t involve the sky and clouds.  I’ll be glad to get to the end of this but have to admit that having a theme for a month has given me some much-needed focus.

I may try this again (having a theme) but I’m not sure I’ll do it for an entire month.  A week or two at a time will suffice unless the NaBloPoMo theme appeals to me as much as Look Up did.  It was the challenge of it that drew me in, and it was the challenge that made me look at things a little differently.

On the other hand, I do have a ton of flower photos from all our visits to different gardens lately.  Perhaps June will be a month of flowers here at Life in the Bogs.

I took the “Bird in a tree” photo during our visit to Lake View Cemetery last month.  I took a few photos of the various objects and decorations people placed on gravesites.  This is the only one that fit the Look Up theme.  It’s also the most interesting of the lot as it made me wonder who put it there and why.

4 Comments on “Look Up: Bird in a tree”

  1. Kel says:

    it is very interesting and unique
    glad you looked up and saw it

  2. Marcie says:

    Great find!!!

  3. Anna Surface says:

    Very neat find and shot for Look Up! I imagine you’ve gained a broader perspective by looking up for a month, and what a neat theme. I thought of a theme the other day that I may try out after getting the busyness of May out of the way. However, I don’t think I’ll do a month of it… maybe a photo shoot or two. 🙂

  4. Robin says:

    Thanks Kel and Marcie. 🙂

    Anna: Thank you. I’ve realized that I tend to look down or out rather than up most of the time. Perhaps that’s because I’m close to the earth (short…lol!). It’s been interesting looking up.

    I photo shoot or two sounds more reasonable than a full month. 😀

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