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take out? tap tap tap

what busy bird(s) came by and left its mark while having a tasty slice of tree
these little devils I just discovered love stucco too..! there are a few in the neighbourhood who are wrecking havoc on my neighbour’s new home. The little beggar(s) comes daily to dine … the upper corner of the house, right under the eaves. I’ve never seen the like. so far nothing he(neighbour) has done has deterred the bird(s) from coming to dine.

What can give artistic pleasure to see the designs of “age” ” on an aging tree standing in the forest, does not incur the same reaction when the same craving for food and substance is applied to a home in an urban setting.

In Taoist philosophy, and in PL, there are always two sides to a coin, there is a positive/negative… just look at your hand, there is a top/bottom. the two are ONE. some difference are readily accepted, they just are. no more…no less. Your hand would not be whole without the top/bottom.

It is only natural that you are different from others. Each of us has our own way of thinking and our own individual lifestyles. That’s what makes life interesting.

Perfect Liberty 2020.20

Oyashikiri

I had a sculpture (still have) on the roof outside the back porch, the same little “beggar(s) ” kept coming back, nothing I did deterred it. now I have a male head(bust) with many “openings” guarding my property. Totally unique and different. =^_^=

LIFE IS ART

Perfect Liberty, Precept #1

Comments on: "take out? tap tap tap" (12)

  1. I find trees like this amazing.

  2. All those determined
    Peck … peck … pecking birds
    Tap … Tap … Tapping
    On wood!

  3. I wonder if your neighbor has ants or termites? Maybe worth checking it out, even if its a newer house, infestations can occur.

  4. When we re-sided our house discovered that flickers had made holes all the way into the attic in two places. After doing the stucco, hubby had to put up strings of reflective Mylar β€œtape” hanging from the soffits all around. They flap in the breeze making noise and flickering in the sunlight. Seems to have been effective. That remark about insects is interesting and plausible.

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