Wonderful wings

Have you ever thought about how wonderful wings would be?

  • With wings, you would be instantly transformed into a beautiful, graceful airborne creature.
  • With wings, you could fly off to places earthbound creatures like squirrels could only dream of.
  • With wings, you could magically escape dangerous situations; lions, and tigers, and bears would cease to be a threat.
  • And with wings you could dance! (See yesterday’s blog post)

Wings would be transformational! They would change your life in more ways than you or I could imagine. Silly, I know, but it doesn’t hurt to imagine, does it? To my way of thinking, blackbirds are not the most beautiful birds that God created, but oh, those wings. They make all the difference!

Check out the subtle nuances of the wing action in these pictures. I don’t know if this is the same redwing blackbird I posted yesterday or a different one. This one is also showing his breeding plumage, but he isn’t dancing. The wing action is just as graceful though.  The things I see along the trail never cease to amaze and delight me.


Thanks for walking with me today.
Trail Walker

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