Saturday, June 23, 2012

Help from a friend

Dear Blogger Friends!
Hung up got down!  fixed
so is  when one has a friend, but real friend!!!

Yeah! Rare: Happy Blue bird!


Dear Blogger Friends!

On my PC the E-mail does not work. The Internet Provider could not help
Waiting for a friend who perhaps know what to do, but He is Europe.
Please take in to 
  consideration my computer problem.
Thanks Julia/Blue Bird :)

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Life with birds

for beneficial of the dove population:
  very cute
as they learn to eat
at the feeder
Beloved BLUE JAY (YOUNG) very aggressive birds

 he is able to keep order and limit population for the benefit of the entire dove community
he is alone
nobody is messing
only by his permission

the only one THE BOSS

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Pine Tree Arboretum on Long Island N.Y.

It is a famous place on Long Island: the Bailey Arboretum. 
Mr. Bailey was a well to do business man at the beginning of the 20 century.
He collected pine trees from all over  various countries and so he established this very unique arboretum
On a  quiet day Blue Bird went to take some photographs for the Vaumau  and Nature talks blogs.
Than for a change she sent the pictures to England to her long time friend: Argo.
He is an  extremely talented  young man artist.
He and Blue Bird both were doing a program on BBC some time ago and so they
got to know about each other.
For some unknown reason Argo does not make a blog, but send some ingenious photos to Blue Bird.
She happily post  Argo's work in Blue Bird's bogs.
At this time Argo created a very funny work of art:
The Pine tree became Grouch the well known actor in the Seasame Street TV production.
Certainly is very clever original art.
Wonder what will happen
 if Grouch  find himself in the form of a Pine Tree?
Certainly believe that Argo, as the Author of this unusual funny artwork
will contact those TV producers!???????????!!!!!!!!!!
This page in the Vaumau blog is a collaboration of Argo and Blue Bird  in 2012
The text is subject for editing and corrections.