Moult on Flickr.
When birds change their feathers it’s called moulting. Moulting is a process done regularly by birds to replace old feathers with new, healthy feathers.
That’s exactly where I am in my life right now. Out with the old, in with the new. :)
210/365: Lazy Eye on Flickr.
I think the most difficult part of this project is being consistently creative. Creativity only comes to me in spurts. But I guess that’s part of the challenge.
160/365: Satin Chic on Flickr.
My body is going to punish me tomorrow for staying up so late to edit this. Closed at work tonight and going in again tomorrow morning…guh.
I like re-using props for the sake of seeing how much I’ve improved since I started…throw back Day 4.
4/365 on Flickr.
I’m like a bird.
I like the randomness of this project so far. New surprises everyday…stay tuned.
All that Glitters by P.E.N. Photography on Flickr.
Musical Inspiration: Lovers in Japan/Reign of Love- Coldplay
Not even the clouds can keep me down today. I’m floating, flying, soaring.
I am so happy with where my life is taking me. Peacocks make me happy, colors make me happy.
I could even hear the peacocks at Leo Carillo Ranch while I was taking this. :)
Peacocks are deeply symbolic birds. In ancient Greece, the peacock was the patron bird of the goddess Hera. According to myth, she placed “eyes” on its feathers, symbolizing all-seeing knowledge and the wisdom of the heavens. Peacocks continually shed their feathers, symbolizing renewal and new life.
I’ve been through a lot of turmoil this year, but it has made me stronger and smarter. I feel like my life is about to change, in the best way possible.
Tail feathers by P.E.N. Photography on Flickr.
Peacock/Silhouette by P.E.N. Photography
Ah, peacocks. The most glorious of all the birds. I don’t know what it is that I love so much about them. Maybe it’s that high pitched “MEAW” that sounds a little bit like a cat being strangled?
I live close to a historic park called Leo Carillo Ranch where peacocks run amuck. Let me tell you. They certainly aren’t camera shy. There’s been times where I’ve chased them around all day until the ranch closed. I might be so fond of them because they make excellent photographic subjects.
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