One Word Sunday: Bright

Debbie’s one word for this Sunday, is ‘Bright’.

The Red-winged Blackbird has a couple of red and gold epaulets to brighten up his black feathers. These birds are quite plentiful in North America, although I’ve not seen one in my garden. This photo was taken at the Green Cay Wetlands just down the road from us, a visit to which never fails to brighten our day.

Wishing you all a pleasant Sunday. To take part in Debbie’s ‘One Word Sunday’, just click the link.

74 comments on “One Word Sunday: Bright

  1. Such nice spots of color (or colour, as the case may be)! If I remember right, they only have that splash of red during mating season. I’m feeling much too lazy to look it up. πŸ˜‰

  2. Great shot of the colorful male, Sylvia! RWBs love being around wetlands/marshes, nesting down in the reeds. The females stay hidden mostly, but watch and you might see one if you see the male. The females are in shades of browns (not black at all), she’s a beauty too. πŸ™‚

  3. With one word, you create a vision of hope and resilience. You reminded me of this song:

    β€œBlackbird singing in the dead of night
    Take these broken wings and learn to fly
    All your life
    You were only waiting for this moment to arise.”

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