Abstract / Animals / Birds / Clouds / Corrales / Cottonwoods / Great Horned owls / Owls / Poetry / Sunset / Trees Dragon Skewered By Contrail April 23, 2023 Timothy Price42 Comments Stories in the cloudsDragon skewered by contrailOwls were nonchalant Osric Owl Owlet sitting back, shooting the breeze. Nora Owl Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
42 thoughts on “Dragon Skewered By Contrail”
You have told a full story with so few words and lovely images, Tim.
Thanks, Dale. Laurie is writing a paper on Chaucer. I told her I could probably summarize Chaucer in a Timku. I’ll have to try.
Whoa ho! Chaucer summarized into a Timku? I wanna read that!!
Beautiful, inspiring sky photos, Tim. That first one reminds me of an old Ian Tyson song, “Farewell to the North”.
The owl family always brings a smile. They are endearing souls.
I’m so glad the owls are back. I get a big kick out of them.
The first skyscape is stunning!
You’re welcome, Tim.
The sky photo looks like peacock feathers…with an attitude.
We get a lot of skytitude out here. Thanks, Brad.
BTW, loved the owl photos.
Thanks, Brad. They are lovelable cranks.
Wow, love the owl pics!
Tim, you live in a magic land!
It’s the Land of Enchantment. Thanks, Geoff.
Long live the dragon!! Great pics of the Owls. Nora appears to be giving you a bit of the judgy squinty eyes.
Nora has a great squuint like Clint. Thanks, Brian.
The dragon is magnificent and I love the wowls.
Always happy to see the owls 🙂
I agree with Dale. You have told the story in words and images so well. 🙂
Thanks, Janet. I have a Chaucerku. Laurie had given me a good line and now we both fogot it.
I forget a lot:)
I enjoyed the Timku and photos. There’s so much mythology about the stars, but no one ever thinks of bringing that same storytelling to the clouds. True, you don’t have the benefit of cloud patterns being fixed the way constellations are, but I think that also helps keep things interesting.
Absolutely. Clouds are as fleeting as many of my feable thoughts. Laurie gave me a good line for a Chaucerku, and damned if I didn’t forget it before I got it written down. Thanks, JYP.
Chaucerku sounds intriguing
Your comment, “Chaucerku sounds intriguing” was sent to spam prison. I guess the thought of a risque Chaucerku riled the spam police.
I am loving the owls! I’m so happy they are back. That first sky picture is amazing!
Enjoy your Monday.
Beautiful bursts of color. The baby owl looks unamused.. ha. Love the owlets! I love the stories you tell in words and pictures Rim💞
Thanks, Cindy. The owlets are so cute, even when they are not amused.
You’re so welcome. They certainly are! It’s a highlight of my day and so many others to see them! 💞
That contrail also pierces the dragons son and ah, the stories your skies tell…
No wonder the owls listen!
You are a master storyteller/photographer Tim. Thank you!
I don’t know about that, but I love the thought of it. Thanks, Rebecca.
Wow, what a sky. I love the owls.
Thanks, Roberta. The owls are so cute.
Throw another dragon on the barbie!
If that joke makes any sense to you!
Love the owls.
I’m thrilled you found where they are nesting.
Anyone in my tree? xx
There are lots of birds in your tree. But nothing bigger than a dove. Veracious Barbies. Thanks, Resa.