Sunday, May 23, 2010

Utterly Dependent . . .



Open wide your mouth and I will fill it.

Psalm 81:10b

11 comments:

Kathy said...

How did you ever manage to get so close?

Ginny said...

How did you ever...? this picture is amazing. The little beaks are so perfectly lined up. At very first glance, it looked like yellow blooms of some sort. That's what I thought it was for a split second.

Southern Lady said...

Perfect! I love the picture and the scripture that you chose to go with it. What a perfect example of how we should approach our Lord. I want to be filled today. Thanks for the reminder! Carla

Glenda said...

Kathy and Ginny, these baby mockingbirds' nest is on my front porch in the English ivy that grows up the wall. I was able to pull back the vines and twigs a little and get this shot. Of course the parents were close by and didn't approve of what I was doing! But they didn't attack me, Ginny! I have so enjoyed watching the parents fiercely guard the nest and that whole area.

Dawn said...

AMAZING!!!

S. Etole said...

looks like they are ready to receive every blessing that comes their way...

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

As my connection to the internet is a weak one it took a moment for you picture to show up. I was reading the words and waiting to see what it could be. How adorable those open mouths are. Very good picture to go with a beautiful verse.

Nancy said...

WOW!!!!!!

keystothecottage said...

I love this. It reminds me of the springs we had baby birds on our porch in FL, and how fun they were to watch from start to finish.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh what a sweet picture, Glenda... YES---just like babies, the birdies are dependent also. Sometimes I think the bird parents are better at parenting than we humans....

Hugs,
Betsy

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