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September 25, 2012



That is great that you got a chance to go see the swifts. I grew up in NW Portland and actually went to Chapman Elementary, but I never remember seeing the swifts when I was a kid. Maybe they still turned on the furnace back then making it an unsafe nesting place. Anyway, I live in LA now and somehow never make it home to visit in the fall. I'll have to plan a fall visit one of these days so I can check the swifts.


We were overwhelmed by the ritual of the event, and It's in such a great neighborhood- lucky you ! :)


The variety of shapes in that second photograph is amazing - beautiful!


Freda ~ So glad you like the photo, it was truly amazing to see in person. Cheers !

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