The newest stop on the Rooted and Winged blog tour by Poetic Book Tours is a guest post I wrote about birds, poetry, and a particular bird in my new book Rooted and Winged.
You can find it here:
I love how The Bookworm interacted with my guest post, too.
On the same (loose) topic of “wings,” I got a shot this week of one of my winged favorites. Our delightful dragonflies in Arizona are bright orange.
The gardener and I are back from a trip to Bass Lake and Yosemite. I’ll tell you about it in a future post!
12 responses to “Next Stop on the Rooted and Winged Blog Tour: A Winged Guest Post”
I’ve never seen an orange dragonfly. Ours are blue or green.
Those are the ones I knew until I moved to Arizona. They are so great in the bright sun out here–and of course most of our flowers are “hot” colors, so it fits right in.
A marvellous capture perfectly placed
Thank you, Derrick. The dragonfly helped!
Beautiful shot of the dragonfly, Luanne!
Thank you!!! She just waited there for me!!!
That’s a beautiful dragonfly! Never seen an orange one before. And, this may be a trick of the light, but it looks like the dragonfly is throwing laser beams!
Lol!!!! That’s a leaf spike, but I will never see it the same way again!!!
I so enjoyed your post about using birds in poetry, Luanne. Everything you write reads like a poem, intentional or not – you have such a way with language.
Your comment makes my day. Thank you!!!