For this week’s challenge, Michelle has asked us to, ‘Take “eye” as your inspiration.’
They often say we can take a bird’s-eye view of places by going high up or even on a flight, so this week I chose the pelican for its ‘eye‘, ability to fly and land with such grace.
A few facts about Pelicans:
They have a wingspan of five meters, so that they are able to fly up to an altitude of 3,000 meters. They live on every continent except Antarctica. There are eight species of pelicans, most live in warm regions, mainly near the coast and estuaries.
They eat fish, tadpoles, crustaceans and sometimes even turtles and after catching prey, pelican pushes water to the sides, and then moves the food into the throat and swallows it!
My header this month is reflective of the summer down under and the snow flakes are just perfect for cooling us down. 🙂
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