Monday Window – March 22, 2021

Attic Window

My plan was to republish some more of my early Monday Window images, but there was an interruption. An unusual noise stopped my work. It seemed to be coming from the attic.

Sure enough visitors had managed to get into our house. No, it wasn’t squirrels this time. We had solved that problem years ago.

It was vultures. When we got to the attic they had moved to the window at the end and were trying unsuccessfully to get out through the glass pane.

That made that ordinary, commonplace window the topic for this week.

Yes, we managed to get past them without too much commotion and open the window. They studied the outside, as if contemplating whether they really wanted to leave, but left without so much as a goodby.

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By Ludwig

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  1. I would have totally freaked to find a couple of buzzards in my attic! You got some great shots of them, but they are frightfully ugly. Yet when they are in flight, they look quite majestic. Thank you for sharing!

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  2. Thank you, eklastic. I hope this episode will be the last of those critters coming into the house. Temporary fix is in place. The welcome mat has been pulled in. 😉

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  3. Well, we were too stunned to freak out. It was quite a surprise. Actually, when you give them a chance they look pretty interesting. Hope my next encounter will be outside! Thank you, Russell.

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