Six word Saturday

They choose the most majestic homes!

There were more storks than people in Faro the other day.  I looked hard for babies but it wasn’t easy to tell with all the bobbing heads.  Today Debbie is seeing triple on Six Word Saturday.  Why not join her?  Have a nice day!



  1. Bird life seems especially active at the moment Jo! We have noticed an abundance of birds in our local neighbourhood and so many bees as well. A lovely set of photos hope all’s well with you and you’re having a nice weekend xx


      1. Yes it’s a strange time Jo. We can in fact travel round Western Australia as of yesterday but going to let things settle a bit before going anywhere as everyone will be keen to get on the road now! Hope you can go a bit further afield soon! Xx 😃

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  2. I was surprised to see how many storks there are in Portugal, not to mention all the unusual places they choose to build their nests at. Have a lovely weekend, my friend 😘 Aiva


  3. Wow, that’s a lot of stork nests and lovely stork birds. Interesting how they pick these places to nest. I haven’t seen one in a long while, but I remember when spotting them in Europe, they usually use tall poles or skinny trees for their nests. Storks in Portugal belong to a higher caste, it seems like. 🙂


    1. There seem to be even more of them than usual this year, Janet. Maybe linked to the place being so quiet, maybe not. They don’t appear to give 2 hoots about humans being around. 🤔💕💕

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  4. You’ll have plenty of fans for sharing these images, Jo. And also lots of jealousy 😉
    You have really set my itchy feet tapping this morning. I’ve been out feeding the birds in my garden, but it’s not quite the same as having storks. And then there’s that beautiful Portuguese architecture …


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