The other day I managed to capture a Spotted Dove or burung tekukur quite close to the house. No wonder I always hear a coo coo kroo sound nearby. Zoom in was just not enough to get it close to my eyes and the camera I used was not the kind that can take the bird's color vividly.
The first picture taken when it was perching on the electric wire brushing its feathers.
Spotted Dove *Burung Tekukur*
The closest that I could shot. How I wish I own a DSLR.. For a very close burung tekukur picture go here
Been so busy lately, blogging now at nightime as the daytime are always packed with something or the net is booked by my kiddos. Making my Science lesson as interesting as I can (depends on the mood, frankly) I came across 'plants' as the topic. Interesting as it is, I asked my Year 1 students to bring along a pot of soil and gave them my leftover seeds that were still intact to plant in their pot (actually a plastic bottle that was cut into half). After two weeks these were the results.. I hope they can grow their tomatoes, brinjals and chillies and gets delighted with their labor. Those who managed to grow their plants fine were given Science story book to motivate them more to learn as well as they will not get bored with my daily teachings. Perhaps someday if they become a successful educated farmer, they will not forget me as the motivator gardener...(hoping :P...lol)
A black and white kuini or mangga wani for Saturday. Its more to arts and not the greens, sometimes its nice to try on new things where you will never know what you can do till you try one. Happy weekend you all.