RDP Tuesday: Neuron

That looks interesting, I must get a little closer and have a sniff.

It is sending out signals to my brain. Yes I have a bird brain.

Not only does it smell good, but tastes good. Better than those crumbs of stale bread that the humans throw at us. At last success, food for a pigeon feast. Must stay around here, looks like there are more from where that came.

And it is all mine.

RDP Tuesday: Neuron

RDP Tuesday: Emotion

What an emotionless bunch we have become. Just a chance shot at the local bus stop. One guy is reading the newsaper and the others? Give them a mobile phone and the only emotions are when they have contact with their colleagues who also have a mobile phone. Otherwise there is no time for an emotion, they are all too busy with looking at their phones.

RDP Tuesday: Emotion

RDP Tuesday: Seal

Here is a seal. It costs only 11.90 Swiss Francs and lives in the local supermarket. He does not hop around in the sea, as we have no sea in Switzerland, but he looks quite happy.

But you can also seal something. In this case the worker was sealing with fire when renovating our building.

He did a lot of sealing whilst he was here, but sometimes I was not sure what he was actually sealing. I know he used a lot of fire and flames to do the work and no humans were harmed in the process.

RDP Tuesday: Seal

RDP Tuesday: Crow

Our ornithological surroundings are governed by the crows. They know what they want and as soon as I spread out a few peanuts they are there. Their vibes are tuned to food. They are my neighbours. They live in the trees surrounding our estate and now and again they make a communal flight to show that they are in charge. You hear them before you see them and they live up to their group name of a murder of crows. They even manage to carry a walnut in their beaks but they have their own method of cracking them open. Just drop it from the top of a tree and it will open up for the tasty nut inside. Crows know how to solve their problems and you do not mess with them. They never say thankyou for a tasty morsel, it is expected from us humans.

RDP Tuesday: Crow

RDP Tuesday: Honeybee

I called the bees together and told them I want a photo of the biggest in the group. It was then when a bee pushed its way to the front, you heard him coming before you saw him. He said he was the boss of the group and was responsible for the organisation of the honey collections. I decided to give him the job – he also had the biggest sting, so I decided it was better to let him have the job.

Although I found this one was more attactive.

RDP Tuesday: Honeybee