Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreign

Foreign Language
Foreign Language, a photo by Fergiemoto on Flickr.  (click on photo to enlarge)

>>:::<<
peculiar symbols
meaningless and ignored
language barrier
>>:::<<

“Hey little bird!  Parking is allowed between the signs, not on top of the signs!”

This sign is obviously in a foreign language to the yellow-headed blackbird (or perhaps he’s just the parking enforcer to those who find this sign a foreign concept).  I was trying to come up with a different take on the “foreign” theme this week.

Photo taken at the Bear River Bird Migratory Refuge in northern Utah, USA.

This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge is to share a picture
that means foreign to you!
While foreign (rightly so) often brings up images of things outside of your own nation, it can also apply to things outside of or different from your normal environment, or even something which is out of place in general.

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BIRD D’POT

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69 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreign

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  4. I always enjoy when I get a new post from you, because they are so great to view. This one made me laugh. Good shot great humor. Thanks for all the likes on my blog.

  5. I love how you represented ‘foreign’, Fergiemoto! What a precious photo and the haiku so perfectly says ‘rebellion’ to me. It reminds me of a postcard I have framed of a little kitten sitting in a dog dish with the caption ‘Rebellion is what you make it’

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