Whatever Wednesday- Giddup Cowbird!

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This image is from some months back when I first discovered the Nevada Wild Mustangs.

Cowbird Up!_DMZ1318

It also made me laugh out loud when I got home and uploaded my images to discover this Cowbird landing on the back of this Mustang looking as if it’s ready to ride, grab some mane and say giddy up! 😂

I hope you’ve had something to laugh out loud about this week. It’s good medicine; laughter. I hope this makes you smile at least! Happy Hump Day Y’all!

Nikon D810| Nikkor 200-500mm| Lexar Digital Film| PS 20.0.6

more to come…

51 thoughts on “Whatever Wednesday- Giddup Cowbird!

  1. Love the angle from which you took the horse as well as the birds. Finally I’m getting back to replying to people in blogland (barely recovered from the party last Sat., but my house is clean, yay!)
    On Sunday or thereafter, look at my All Seasons post, you’ll see some familiar places:)

  2. That is a great photo, Deborah. I love to think about what birds might be thinking. “Hey, this is easier than flying…”

    I was actually worried that something had gone wrong when I didn’t see your Wednesday post yesterday. I know, I know, but I was off by a day, and someone that I followed had posted a Wednesday post.

    1. LOL! That’s witty! I love it!

      I was off a day the whole week recently. I don’t how that happens, but it can really mess you up if you have appointments, and have friends who post early. 😜

      I’ve been bouncing between Wed, Thurs, and Friday posts of late. Like you if I’m missing I’m probably off doing something, or I caught something and don’t feel good.
      I usually don’t put it out here on the blog that I’m heading out. You find out about it afterwords for security reasons.

      1. I do that, too. Usually when I’m gone, my wife is home alone. No need to advertise that. Plus, I take a lot of pictures and I need time to sort them out.

        1. Tell me about it! I usually do a first pass to cull my images, and then let them marinate a while before doing a second pass. Most of the time that takes years! I’m lucky to find one image that is sharing worthy out of each outing. Letting them marinate gives them me time to appreciate them enough to share.

    1. LOL! I’m glad you like it, Joanne!

      Did you notice I DM’d you on IG in reply to your email. I was at the lake with family over the week-end and was only on IG a little bit. I’m starting to catch up with email.

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