Wednesday, March 17, 2010

NATURE AT WORK - ON ASSIGNED TASK, WITHOUT QUESTIONS!


Collecting nectar and pollen too!!

Nectar and colours attract me - and I help move pollen around!

Swoop, grab, and fly away with my breakfast.

I didn't know that Eagles also swoop on fish!

Don't disturb - I am nesting.

My friend, the bee is busy and it makes me happy!

Flowering for my winged friends! Spring is in the air.

On guard - at my nest - life is precious!

I rise every morning - on time - without fail - nothing holds me back - I do my task irrespective of clouds, fog or foliage!

Nature's example is worth emulating by us humans: Everything has a time and a place and has to happen like clockwork; we all know our role and we need to live upto it, without irrelevant questions and rationalisations.

7 comments:

BK Chowla, said...

You have managed some beautiful and well meaning pictures.

Swati said...

WOW awesome clicks :) All of them :)

Piper .. said...

What beautiful pictures Sir!! Loved the one of the eagle swooping!

Balvinder Singh said...

We arrogant humans have forgotten that there are other beautiful occupants of this planet who have equal right over it as we have. But we are bent upon destroying their habitats by building our empires. Thanks for showcasing beautiful ans delicate life often overlooked by us. You have captured the small details too. Let us have some more.

Jira said...

Lovely photos, esp the crane on water. Nature inspires us to get that camera out of the bag. Does it not?

J P Joshi said...

BK Chowla: Thank you sir.

Swati: Thank you ... admire your blog's header on blogger, everytime I go through that to your wordpress site.

Piper: Thank you....for the encouragement.

J P Joshi said...

Balvinder: Agree with you on the issue that you have raised and that concerns every right thinking human. Thank you for your kind words too.

Jira: Thank you. Agree with you.. I always admired nature BUT things changed when I looked at it through my lens.. I notice much more now, and my camera records much more than I notice, and I am happily caught in a continuous circle of joy. Hope this lasts until the end.... Only regret digital cameras came in too late in our life, for novices like me... its never too late though!!