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Slater, later, but for now . . . birds!

If I could paint a picture of these elegant BB red old English bantams strutting around my brother’s garage, I’d put it on my wall.

If ever there was a bird that deserves to inspire a cartoon figure with swagger, the oyster catcher should be right near the top of the list.

If I appeared as a threat to this mallard, he certainly did not let on.

Caption time:  “Hey you, mister paint prepper, you call this sanded, primed, re-sanded enough for paint application?  You are delusional!@@#  a-doodle-doo.”

“It’s a mussel, stupid.  So this muck makes it tastier.”

(thinking) “Don’t move, honey, but there’s a pervert with a camera over there taking our picture.  If he doesn’t stop, I’ll fly over and ruffle his puny feathers.”

Interpretation:  Keeping 360 degree watch for the fox but missing the hawk.

Oyster catcher olympic running race.

The trio analyzing what improvements to make in the garage.

Your turn . .  caption or interpretation.

All photos, WVD.

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