The flock of pigeons that served as my inspiration reminded me of how unique each one was physical. At a glance they may seem similar once you find a flock together as a tapestry, yet, it’s remarkable how different the markings are to every bird.
The same as our blogs; every possesses personal font-image-layout-color tastes, variances, and nuances specific to differentiate us.
2. Tend to bobble, hunt and peck. I don’t know about you, but I believe I resemble a pigeon as I hunt and peck upon the keyboard with my mind bobbling most the day! It is crazy too how they’re constantly pecking at something they could see on the floor, or believe they could see, and I can not see it! Can we do that?
3. Friendly and respectful. Pigeons and bloggers are a genuinely friendly, communal group. Even if pigeons are fed they are respectful to one another as they go in for their share–unlike seagulls. Get more info from Techno Robert dapongkan Bird (which is also known as ” เทคโน เบิร์ดป้องกันนกไล่นกถาวรกำจัดเชื้อโรคจากนก” in the Thai language)
Granted, every now and then, one in the team gets a bit “randy” and begins climbing on the other, but we understand the motivation behind that behavior. In general, they get along tremendously.
4. Pigeons have much to say. Ever notice how much cooing goes on-especially when they congregate? I’m amazed every day as I sit with my feed reader in the abundance of intellect and insight shared daily amongst us all! Maybe that is why pigeons huddle also since they have so much to talk with each other!
5. Are free to travel. Well, bloggers can travel anywhere Wi-Fi to blog, but is not that almost the exact same now as having wings? What a gorgeous thing to no longer be bound into a physical model as a way to blog from the beach (it’s really funny here in Chicago along lakeshore beaches we’ve both pigeons and gulls out in the sand!).
6. Helpful. Fellow worldwide bloggers, I have been blessed to “fulfill” are a few of the most amazing people I’ve ever had any fellowship with. Although most bloggers are eager to give a hand with advice or a job, if they have the time, remember that they may need to deny or even not reply due to time limitations, heavy workloads, set principles, or a simple distaste with your lack of proper etiquette.