In a fraction of a second

Category: Sense of Place

 

Photo and caption by Neveen Hamdy

In a fraction of a second how can a creature form a shape of its own that is exactly hers? A performance that no one taught her but her creator! Carmarthenshire birds or mute sparrow was able to form this shape on the left handside deep down the road of Falcon Hotel. In March 2011. A citizen told me it's the mating season. I ran like crazy to capture and witness the moments of movements when i was stunned by this shape / photo in which no word can describe..A tear fell from my eyes and a smile on my face. As if i came from Egypt just to witness and capture what nature gave birth of.

Location: Camarthenshire, Wales

 

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