スリー・テナーズ “the three tenors”

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くれくれくれぇー♪♫ Feed me, feed me, feeeeed me ♪♫

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61 thoughts on “スリー・テナーズ “the three tenors”

    • Swallows are indeed a joy to watch Tanja! And both parents were working lots of overtime to keep their little ones fed and happy. Thanks to their effort, all three chicks successfully fledged and the family moved on together. I miss them, but hope they arrive at their next destination safely 🙂

    • Thank you my friend 🙂 I’m glad you enjoyed these little guys. Mama and Papa Swallow were busy, but all 3 chicks flew the nest successfully and to the next chapter of their lives. Bittersweet, but also happy for them.

      You may have already seen it (if so, apologies for the shameless plug) but the entry before this one — I thought you might & your siblings might be able to relate:
      https://tibaraphoto.wordpress.com/2018/08/29/sibling-fun/

      We are finally getting a break from the heat-wave, although tropical storms and typhoons continue to plague many areas of the world 😦 Hope you are doing well and that staying inspired by your muse.

      • Hi Takami, good to hear the chicks are out of the nest and are enjoying their freedom. Just went to your last post ~ simply perfect 🙂

        I’m doing well, back in the Czech Republic and missed the big typhoon in Hong Kong a few days ago. My flat there was OK, but the foyer of my building had the doors blown away and all the windows broken 🙂 A very powerful storm…hope this typhoon avoids you. Cheers to a great week.

        • That’s good news to know that your flat in HK suffered only minor damage. Hope the repairs won’t take too long. And hope Europe is faring a little better than this part of the globe weather-wise!

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  2. This made me laugh. Swallow babies are very noisy – we had them nesting under our porch roof every year – and in the chimney, too – those usually ended up in the fireplace – took me a few seasons to figure out how to feed them.

    • Thank you Noelle! So happy this series brought a smile to your face. Yes indeed, Swallow babies are quite vocal (and very demanding). But it’s music to my years. I can imagine you must have had many adventures with the swallows nesting under your porch and chimney and fireplace (!). Wishing you a lovely weekend ahead ❤

  3. 可愛いですね!😍
    3羽のヒナは、エサを貰えるように
    自己アピール力が大事ですね!
    このシリーズ好きです☺️👍

    • What a wonderful photo! Thank you so much for sharing. These four look so well-fed and happy (and demanding) 🙂 It must be a real pleasure when generations of swallows build their nests in/near your home. They must sense it is a safe haven.

      My husband and I had the good fortune to buy our home this summer, and we’re hoping that swallows will someday choose our humble abode for their nests. Thanks so much again, for your wonderful comment.

    • Thank you Mr. Hien.
      I waited all summer for a “close-up” opportunity with swallow families. This family made their nest at one of my favourite restaurants (!) and all guests enjoyed checking in on their progress. This photo was taken a few days before they flew from the nest with Mama and Papa. As you can see, they were quite the trio and kept their parents very busy. Something about them reminded me of the famous three tenors, and of course Pavarotti 😀

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