Feathers On Friday: Looking Back

Have you ever wished that you had ‘eye’s in the back of your head’? I know I have, especially when I was teaching at school. Ms Anhinga has solved the problem by turning her head through180 degrees. A very clever trick indeed.

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Wishing you all a splendid weekend, filled with love, laughter, good food and lots of fun.

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54 comments on “Feathers On Friday: Looking Back

  1. I’m trying to get back to the WP world, Sylvia, and seeing your gorgeous photo reminds me all-too-well of what I’ve been missing. Thanks for the motivation. πŸ™‚

  2. I always think birds with wings out in the sun look elegant … But the head turned right around is taking elegance to a new level! Have a great weekend.. & glad to read from a previous comment that your eyes are much better now.

  3. That is a great shot! I am not sure I would like to have eyes on the back. Having an ability to turn my head 180 degrees (or near 180 degrees) might be a good thing to have.

  4. Wishing you the same. The Anhingas are pretty impressive at head turning, but owls have them beat. They can rotate their heads a full 270ΒΊ. Humans can only do roughly 90ΒΊ right or left of center (with minor variations). A little bit of trivia for you! πŸ˜€

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