Sunday photoblogging: sparrow

by Chris Bertram on April 11, 2021




Alan White 04.11.21 at 3:31 pm

Great picture for pose and background. And shows that such great pics don’t require colorful or uncommon species.


Abby 04.11.21 at 4:19 pm

Thanks for the beautiful picture. In composition, it reminds me of several Japanese paintings of sparrows. One nice example from an exhibition in Bristol:


nastywoman 04.11.21 at 10:39 pm

and I like ”the sparrow” – and I always like ”sparrows” –
and so can you do me the favour –
as ”the sparrow” – I mean our Resident Russian –
(if she is ”a sparrow” – I mean – a” Russian”?) –
wrote to me at the SlaveryThread and then the thread closed and I really didn’t want for her to have the last word about this:

If you have ever bought something produced offshore, for a fraction of the price you would have to pay to a unionized local producer, then perhaps you’re right: not unionization but you, possessed by GREED, are a factor leading to offshoring”.

No –
it’s always the outsourcers – who are ”greedy” and never any consumers –
As you can’t demand from your fellow citizens –
to do what I do:

Only buying from unionized local producers.

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