Lining Up

Morning sky at 5:30 am

Bugs

Wynonna

Swallow

Mama Owl napping. Daddy Owl on the lookout for dinner.

Mama Owl back at the nest as it’s getting dark. Looks like three little fuzzy heads in the nest.

Mama Owl flying off in search of food.

A wowlet looking at me while one of the other wowlets is stretching its wings.

46 thoughts on “Lining Up

    • Thanks, Michele. The alignment is supposed to be best on Monday. It’s getting light at 5:30 so Jupiter barely shows because it’s close to the horizon.

  1. Oh… wow [and wowls!!!!!] I can imagine mr.Bugs hopping from Jupiter to Saturn via Venus and Mars! What a journey! What a lineup and what a paradise collection!

  2. Don’t know why, but the line up photo brought to mind Norman Greenbaum’s 1970 one hit wonder. Somehow the sky and perfection of line up fits. And it’ll be fun watching the owlets growing up via your kind sharing of the photos.

    • Planet spirits hanging in the sky. I was thinking more of Tommy James (and the Shondells) “Dragging the Line.” Thanks, Maj & Sher.

      • The planet alignments are fascinating to see, and the owlets are too too cute! Thanks for sharing both the far and the near with us, Tim.

  3. OMG!!! The wowlets are so cute.
    You got some fab face shots in the last 4 pics.
    That face! He/she looks wise beyond his/her years. I could just kiss it! I suppose that would NOT go over with Mama and Daddy.

  4. love the line-up of your poems Tim. Oh I see 2 lil heads so far.. with faces only a mother and papa owl could love.. haha.. i love them but they don’t look happy about all of this so far. πŸ’–

  5. Definitely confirmed two and best I can tell it looks like at least a third as well!! Mamma and Daddy should be proud…local rodents assuredly horrified ha!

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