Voyeurism

I like to watch.

I pick up garbage from the beaches and watch shells.

Hello trees,hello sky

Hello trees,hello sky

There are about a million of these at the moment

There are about a million of these at the moment

I like living on a beach

I like living on a beach

Exotic seed from Cathay probably

Exotic seed from Cathay probably

I wander in the undergrowth by the house looking for things to watch.

tiny mageurite

tiny daisy

Hookah

Hookah

I don't like sponge cake

I don’t like sponge cake

I then go to watch the stinking pond. There are two super rare Black-billed Spoonbills but they hide at the other end of the stinking pond.

Teal

Teal

Shoveler

Shoveler

Suddenly both Spoonbills take off and fly straight towards me. This is very strong juju. They settle just in front of my squalid hidey-hole.

Augury

Augury

The science of interpretation of signs was vast and complex. Only some species of birds (aves augurales) could yield valid signs[26] whose meaning would vary according to the species. Among them were ravens, woodpeckers, owls, oxifragae, eagles,black-billed spoonbills. Signs from birds were divided into alites, from the flight, and oscines, from the voice. The alites included region of the sky, height and type of flight, behaviour of the bird and place where it would rest.

The science of interpretation of signs was vast and complex.
Only some species of birds (aves augurales) could yield valid signs[26] whose meaning would vary according to the species. Among them were ravens, woodpeckers, owls, oxifragae, eagles,black-billed spoonbills.
Signs from birds were divided into alites, from the flight, and oscines, from the voice. The alites included region of the sky, height and type of flight, behaviour of the bird and place where it would rest.

I think 2014 will be a good year. I will keep watching.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Responses to Voyeurism

  1. Mike Taylor says:

    On augury. Then there’s Le Devin in the eponymous Asterix story who, when presented with a stuffed i.e. entrail-free goose protests “Aucune importance, j’aime bien lire les farces”

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