Bathing Beauties

Come on in.  The water is fine.

The birds splash and the sun turns the drops into flying crystals.  Not that they notice.  Though our avian friends do seem to enjoy themselves, even as they protect their precious pecking order.

If you are watching on an older computer or over a slower connection this one may require some patience.  All that detail and sparkle drives the compressor nuts resulting in a large file.

It also runs a little long.  I watch each post multiple times prior to posting and this time I got tired of cutting before I got tired of watching.  Hopefully, you won’t want it to end.

There will be no blog next week.  A project is due and time is running.  My apologies.  We will be back the following week with more natural beauty to share.

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About Paul and Karen Brisson

Producers of SlowTV. Scenic videos that use light and motion to explore the natural world. We make them, watch them and enjoy sharing them. Please watch and comment.
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4 Responses to Bathing Beauties

  1. Deborah says:

    Marvelous!!

  2. Brad says:

    How great to have in your back yard! I love the one guy who had to show the others it was safe. Just like people, some have fear of the unknown and some don’t. Good hook title…
    Brad

  3. Don says:

    My father used to tell me how glad he was that he was the oldest child. That way he got to use the bath water first!
    These “beauties” not only share their bath – they also drink it. Yucch.
    Aside from all that, it is a cute video. I didn’t realize they splashed so much.
    Don

  4. Stacey says:

    That was quite the hot tub party!! 🙂

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