Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Fly away...birdie !!



They were going home and I was also suppose to take the flight back home.......only difference I was on my own.

9 comments:

Sigma said...

Main akela hi chala tha zanib-e-manzil magar
Log saath aate gaye, kaarwaan banta gaya

Cuckoo said...

I was about to write the same sher. Lekin yahan aake dekha ki pehle hi bayaN ho chuka hai. :(

Merisi said...

How beautiful!
I tried to catch some birds in flight today, but it was so windy, all I caught were 3 little airplanes which all of a sudden appeared in the sky (and were slower than the birds *g*).

ally`* said...

wow lovely capture! very nice :D

http://ally.aminus3.com

Shruti said...

hmm, i can see lots of bird like me out here..
Beautiful pic..
Take care..

Sigma said...

Poor Cuckoo .... I stole her lines ;-)
tch tch tch
:-D

Kalyan said...

Very beautifully captured shots & continuing on the lines of Sigma....Akele chalne ka mazaa kaha hai, Jab yaaron ka ho saath tab dooriyan badal jate hai nazdeek mein...

Bendtherulz said...

Hey Sigma/Cuckoo and Kalyan...thanks for adding new dimesnion to the pic....!

Maria - lol...well not sure about birds - there are lots of clouds these days in your pics...!

Ally - Thanks for your appreciation, I am still learning and no professional leaning as well - just for fun and solely for me, I am glad I have found few friends those who like the same...and add their perspective.

Shruti - Yeah - you are a bird too...so when are you writing more....or are you availing those fab discounts on flights ...lol...

Sanjay M said...

really cool photos as well as the poetry!

not sure if these were geese... but

Q: Why do geese fly in a V?
Answer:
A: Energy conservation and visual assurance.

Scientists have determined that the V-shaped formation that geese use when migrating serves two important purposes:

First, it conserves their energy. Each bird flies slightly above the bird in front of him, resulting in a reduction of wind resistance. The birds take turns being in the front, falling back when they get tired. In this way, the geese can fly for a long time before they must stop for rest.

The second benefit to the V formation is that it is easy to keep track of every bird in the group. Fighter pilots often use this formation for the same reason.

http://www.loc.gov/rr/scitech/mysteries/geese.html