A murmuration of starlings could be spotted in the distance, swirling and changing formation above the far edge of the tilled field.
Days twenty-nine and thirty of #Inktober. Click through to see the individual drawings in more detail.
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While I’m writing, I want to say thanks to everyone who’s found and followed this blog in the past month or two. The family is growing, and I’ve looked at, read, and followed so many of your blogs, too. My birthday was October 27th, and today the number reached 1,027, so thank you, again!
7 thoughts on “A murmuration of starlings spotted on the horizon”
These are great! It really is bewitching how they come together in the sky so quickly like that.
hanks so much! And yes, they are truly amazing to watch.
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I’m so glad to have found your site. I love your art and your writing. “murmuration” – I love it, perfect word.
Thank you so much—this just made my day. It means a lot.
1027 Kismet. Many happy returns. I’m enjoying your drawings very much, so thank you.
Thanks so much Robert! It makes me happy that people are digging these.