Of Twists and Turns

There are days when I click pictures which at first don’t make any sense to me. Take the following pictures for example. When I shot these, I wasn’t sure if I wanted to store or delete them because my subject of interest was either blocked or crowded or slightly blurred. It’s only after watching them for a couple of times, I felt it’s not necessary to always show the subject (or the bird in this case). Beauty also lies in the surrounding elements. It’s just how you want to perceive it.

Night Heron
Brekkie or Posing time
Black Kite
A Black Kite gathering the elements for constructing his perfect home
Pond Heron
A Pond Heron adjusting his pose for a perfect click

Note: This is my third entry for this week’s WPC:Twisted

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