Wordless Wednesday ~ Well Apart From A Bit Of Shakespeare I am a feather for each wind that blows. The Winter’s Tale Act 2 Scene 3 Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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I think the answer my friend is blowing in the wind.
Morning, you. Still snowed in?
Lightly dusted this a.m. Ark. Wind we also have. When this lot has done we’re promised a stormy front from Portugal. Pah! Too much weather already. Things all right at your end of the planet?
Overcast but quite warm. I’ll post pics a bit later. Autumn is on its way though.
Watched Swansea/Sheffield in the FA Cup last night and they said it was minus 2 at the Swansea’s ground.
My brother in law is in the South of France at the mo and he said it was minus 4 when he woke up this morning but had dropped to minus 7 at one point.
And the Arctic is hot!
Flying Doctor, eh?
Beautiful macro shot of a fluffy feather that is ready to fly off in the wind, Tish!
I think we all need to move to Africa!! Lovely photo Tish and great quote 😀
from a very snowy, blowy Cornwall…
Just stuck my nose outside, and quickly backtracked. It is so bitterly cold out there. Some African heat would be very welcome. At the mo’ we have both sun and snowflakes, but you seem to be getting the worst of it.
Looks beautiful now (added a photo to the last post) in the sunshine. Supposed to be more tomorrow though,
What a beautiful fluffy feather. Wonder what is came from?
Am thinking it may be pigeon feather. It was in the field behind the house, and the pigeons have been nibbling on the oil seed rape plants there all winter.
I can feel the soft fluffiness.
it was a very pleasing find 🙂
I’m not as familiar with A Winter’s Tale. Does this mean you are torn between two fates or a weak-willed ninny who vacillates and fluctuates between personalities? (Bargain Basement Shakespeare interpretations done cheap here.)
Definitely a flighty entity, I should say. Blows any which way. You’ve also reminded me that I’ve completely forgotten what happens in A Winter’s Tale. Must find out now. Thanks 🙂