dimanche 14 novembre 2010

22. Les moineaux de la cathedrale


Les moineaux, là-bas, sont joué dans les jardins à côte dé la Cathédrale de Notre-Dame. Les moineaux sont disparaître presque à Sydney, alors, c’est merveilleux regarder les sautillent autour les rues et les jardins de Paris. Ils n’ont pas très avoir peur de las personnes, et j’ai regardé les jouent et mangent pour un longtemps. La ornithologie est un des mes passe-temps favori, mais photographiant les est très difficile comme ils bougent par-ci, par-là très vite !


The sparrows, there, played in the gardens beside Notre-Dame Cathedral. Sparrows have nearly disappeared from Sydney so it is wonderful to watch them hopping around the streets and gardens of Paris. They were not very frightened and I watched them play and eat for a long time. Birding is a hobby of mine but photographing them is very difficult as they move here and there very quickly.

8 commentaires:

alice a dit…

Hello again Julie! Ici aussi, en France, les moineaux sont de moins en moins nombreux. Je ne sais pas vraiment pourquoi. Vos photos sont si nettes et colorées, un vrai régal!

Sharon a dit…

These two photos are just great! Good job!

Terry a dit…

Lovely photos, truly! But what are the straws in the second picture? They do not grow naturally out of the tops of dead tree trunks...it almost looks like some kind of little habitat for them.

Julie a dit…

Alice, I know in Sydney that the sparrows are being 'chased' out by other more assertive little birds called 'Noisy Miners'.

Terry, I suspect the gardeners have constructed a 'play' habitat for the sparrows. This garden near ND is a delight and absolutely full of sparrows.

"All things French" a dit…

Bonjour Julie ~ just hopped over here from "Sydney Eye". Seems you love all things french as well ~ and learning that beautiful language.
Je vous souhaite une bonne semaine.

Julie a dit…

Merci, Dianne.
J'irai à la leçon française maintenant.

Ann a dit…

The clarity and the definition of the wings on the bottom one is terrific. Well done.

parisinspired a dit…

That second photograph is just incredible. Bravo!