Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual POV

This week’s photo challenge: an unusual POV = “point of view”: I waited, till an airplane crossed the electric wires, where birds were resting …
airport-notes
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writer, photographer, guitarist

41 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual POV

  1. Lovely shot, Frizz… it sort of reminds me from Musical Theory, growing up… but here, the notes are the unsettled birds… quite interesting…

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  2. I love your beautiful bird score! 🙂

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  4. Absolutely wonderful and most musical!

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  5. Amy

    I really like the photo! Yep, you can see the music, very cool!

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  6. Sharon Satterfield

    Love this!

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  7. kz

    cool photo! ^^

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  8. Laura Bloomsbury

    love your birdsong melody shot and wordcloud

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  9. Love it! How long did you wait, Frizz?

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    • 20 minutes, it was in the near of an airport (Munich) – but seconds after my shot the whole bird gang decided to start for a new patrol round (because the farmer below the wire started his tractor engine) – I was glad, that it wasn’t a minute before …

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  10. Well worth waiting for!

    janet

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  12. the big bird and the small birds, beautiful dieter

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  13. I love this post, Frizz–both the black and white birds on wires, and your words that pay high regard to writing. I rather like when all the arts are used together to convey messages–photography and words, music and words–all of it enriches our souls. God bless you today.

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  14. Its fab, I’m so glad you waited, this is a photo I wish I’d taken!

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  15. didn’t even see the airplane at first…Great!

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  17. oh what a patient man / I love the contrast and B&W perfect

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  18. “Like a bird on the wire”- beautiful, and lyrical. Thanks Frizz. 🙂

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    Nicely done Frizz, nicely done.

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  25. A delightful musical and harmonious point of view, Frizz!

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  26. Lovely shot. It looks like a musical transcription.

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  28. Nice to see this again. Doesn’t it need a Leonard Cohen accompaniment?

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  29. A wonderful photo reward for your patience!

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  30. simple, great….stunning. Congratulations. It’s really unusual but I prefer the little planes with a heart 😉

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  32. I’m enjoying the way the power of perspective paints the plane a peer of our avian friends, so that it commingles as a member of the flock.

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