Nature

New on 500px : -they left, at the moonrise- by Andrea_Mastronardi123 by Andrea_Mastronardi123

I remember that night… the moon was strong in the sky, and I was quiet in the grass, hoping that “something is gonna happening”.
Then hundreds of birds flew up, because the noise of a train far away.
Right time in the right place.

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Nature

New on 500px : Pied Lapwing by BertrandoCampos by BertrandoCampos

This handsome black, white and buff species is sometimes called Pied Plover, perhaps a more appropriate name, given this species smaller size, plover-like shape, and behavior of running short distances and stopping abruptly. Typically fairly common to uncommon resident on sandbars and shorelines of ponds and rivers where sand and bare muddy areas are present. Movements are not well understood, but local and short distance movements are regular during the wet season when the species vacates flooded areas. Fairly quiet, Pied Lapwings are usually detected by scanning mudflats and shorelines. via Tumblr http://ift.tt/1N60pL1