This week’s photo challenge is “on top“. Participants are asked to demonstrate what being what “on top” means to us.on top (phrase of top) on the highest point or uppermost surface. on the upper part of the head. in a leading or the dominant position.
I have several photos of beautiful, colourful birds “on top” of trees that are just begging to be chosen as this week’s entry however; I’ve chosen the lowly Grackle and his piece of poo or as we call it here ‘caca de vaca’.
I’ve always found animal behaviour fascinating and as we watched this bird alight on his delicious find behind our back fence it was no different. He was ever watchful of what was going on around him as he walked on top his prize, and he kept at least one of his feet on top of his treasure the entire time he was picking through it in the campo.
More about “on top” that hopefully (for your sake) don’t involve poo: