Fallen Angel Wing

Fallen

 

Angel

 

Wing

About Kathy

I live in the middle of the woods in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Next to Lake Superior's cold shores. I love to blog.
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16 Responses to Fallen Angel Wing

  1. Dawn says:

    Awwww…. 😦

    I had a similar post, this is an experiment to see if I can put a link directly to it this way: http://dawnking.interspike.com/?p=4648 Don’t know if it will work though, being so NOT technically savvy. If it doesn’t work, and it doesn’t look like it will…it’s in the January 2010 archive, I think January 6 or so, on a Wordless Wednesday.

    So sorry about the bird…I always feel so bad when this happens!

  2. Dawn says:

    Sadness – both your image at the link in Dawn’s comment.

    I can say that right now all the birds around here are in a frenzy to reproduce! So more angels are on the way!!!

  3. Barbara says:

    Oh, Kathy, did the bird crash into a window? So very sorry. That happened here a few years ago and it was so upsetting. What kind of bird is it? (((hugs)))

  4. Kiah says:

    Oh mama I want to nurse it back to life..

    What an artistic blog.

  5. Reggie says:

    Oh, it’s utterly heartbreaking to find a little dead bird, whether it’s knocked itself out against a window, or was hit by a car, or whatever. And what a GORGEOUS little bird that was. Oh dear… Hugs are winging themselves to you all the way from Africa.

  6. quietpaths says:

    This always makes me sad as well. Beautiful little thing. I love the title.

  7. We have so many large windows with little separation between inside and outside space that when I first clean the glass we always have casualties. Such a sad thing. Yet, it is really the only time where I can closely examine their fine features as you have captured in your photographs Kathy.

  8. flandrumhill says:

    This post reminded me of Matthew 10:29 about no little bird falling to the ground without God’s knowledge. Wherever any of us fall, we are always in God’s hands.

  9. Kathy says:

    Thank you all for stopping by to honor this little fellow. He actually died hitting my friend Nancy’s window on her porch. It was a little chickadee, although it doesn’t quite look like one in some of the pictures. The last photo is the wingprint of an eagle or raven. When we skied the other day, we discovered the carcass of a deer on the lake. The big birds had dived down and lunched. (Could you guys believe I wrote a blog without hardly any words?? Aren’t you proud??)

  10. Cindy Lou says:

    Love this – especially what Amy said! Poor little guy!

  11. Emma says:

    Oh, beautiful little bird…

  12. Jessica says:

    Aww that is so sad. Poor little guy 😦

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