I’m just waiting at the bus stop at the moment, and I was watching the birds flying synchroniosly. How do they do that?
: According to Wayne Potts, a zoologist who published in the journal Nature in 1984, birds in flocks are able to change direction quickly not because they are following a leader or their neighbors. They can maneuver quickly because they see a movement far down the line and anticipate what to do next. Potts called this the chorus-line hypothesis
I find the fog to be beautiful. I love how mysteriously it effects things
Yea that’s a good one
Especially early in the mornings when the air is crisp
I was just out in the backyard vaping and I couldn’t help but notice how the morning dew glistens off the dog doo that I need to clean up. So majestic.
Lol, yea I do love glistening stuff and glitter.
That example you provided reminds me of glistening icy spiderwebs. I like that visual
I watched it
You know what I like in nature? Coral! But it’s all dying
They are beautiful creatures
Weeping Willow trees… love them.
We used to have one right next to my parents house but had to cut it down cause it was causing mold on the roof.
Sunsets. Sunrises. Of coarse.
Rain after it hasn’t rained for awhile.
Yeah I think bats are cool
My first book was called
“Rare mammals of the world”
I really loved wildlife as a child
Do you like her?
As a musician I like some of her earlier music and music videos.
I don’t know many from recent times
I also like her bond with her mum
They are like good friends, it seems, from what I’ve gathered