23 March 2009

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The storks have closed up their winter homes in Africa and have come back to Spain for the warmer months. Spring is here!

17 comments:

Geisslein said...

Isn´t it a great feeling to see storks?! I love them! Wish you a great day today, geisslein!!!

txusman said...

gracias por tu visita... si me lo permites me quedo por aquĆ­...
saludos.

Francesca said...

How lucky to be able to see storks - any babies in the nest:)?! We only get small migratory birds, but among them are cuckoos, their singing the real sign that spring is here.

ladybug-zen said...

pretty. enjoy.

tout ce que j'aime said...

Excellent !
Happy monday !

Joyce said...

Happy Spring! How fun to see the storks. Thanks for sharing with your beautiful photo, I felt as if I was right there with you.
Have a golden day!

MODsquad said...

Ha! Love it! Oh, to be a stork...

Lisa said...

That nest is incredible! How neat that would be to see in person. Thanks for sharing this.

BTW, your photos are so amazing and you make Spain look so delicious!

samuel + harris said...

Oh how lucky to have these lovely creatures making their home with you!

A Day That Is Dessert said...

yay for spring! Are you on Flickr, Jane?

trinsch said...

how lovely! real storks. thanks for sharing.

savannah gourmet said...

jane - are you trying to tell us something? do you and jorge have some news for us? no? well, anyway the picture is amazing -- i think you're crazy if you don't do a book -- it would be something to leave your kids -- your photos, your words, think about it...have you looked at lulu.com? if you don't want to deal with submitting to publishers, might be a thought...

Bralliz said...

Lovely picture!!!

jane said...

Hi everyone! Thanks for visiting and for all your kind comments!
Hey lecia- I only have a few pictures on Flickr- I keep meaning to get more organized and upload my photos- It´s on my list...Cheers!

Ritva said...

you´ve got it!

Pascale said...

Beautiful shot!!

dongdong said...

OH, that is super. I would love to see a real stork in their natural habitat. I read that book, wheels on a school (is that right) and it talked about stork. I have since been enamored with storks. :)

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