Let me introduce you to some unique, winged and feathered electricians taking care of all electrical works in our locality. Here they are. Let your cursor linger on each picture to read what they have to say.
“Babble babble babble babble….”
“The line is all clear here!”
“Something seems wrong here, boss!”
“Oops. The line seems to be broken here! Wait,let me set it right!”
“Nothing wrong with this line, all sturdy and strong!”
“Ha, what do they know about wires and things? I am the expert here!”
“I am flying in to check if you lazy bums have done any work at all!”
“Let the minions work. I am the real boss hereabouts!”
Well what do you think? Do you have any like them in and around your place?? 😉
54 thoughts on “E for Electricians”
I like what the crow has to say
Shail, can I relocate to your city? Love these electricians! Such a swell job, both of you.
Sure, sure Blogwatig 😉 You are most welcome 🙂
Loved the twist…I was anticipating something else 🙂 The black and yellow dude in flight is a well timed capture.
The Greater Coucal. Luci hates him and his girlfriend, for they walk around leisurely in what she deems is HER territory.
Seriously. More on the job I’d say than the real ones 😀
I agree, Usha!
Love this post!! I have all except the Greater Coucal in my present neighbourhood.
That’s nice. You do have other birds too, right?
OMG…totally missed the “team work” conversation 🙂 Terrific!
oooh what brilliant perceptions ….I loved the little bossy Miss 🙂
Hehehe… A little standoffish too eh? 🙂
apart from the treepie we have all those birds aroudn my house too 😀
I know! You are waiting for the lens,right?! 😀
you know I gave that lens back to my friend after I came from Ranthambore… and seriously life is not the same without the 55-200 ! 😥
wonderful post I must say… the kingfisher as usual is the king ! 😛
Yes indeed 😀
Love the kingfisher and love the way you put this together – very creative.
Thank you Suzy 🙂
Wow ! Perhaps they do a better job than the Human electricians ! I thought you might do E for elephant and show us the elephants at Onam – don’t ask me why I thought so !
Hmm…do you have temple festivals because that’s were you find elephants… or do you mean the Onam procession? I have never gone to watch it, only seen it on TV. 🙂
‘E’nteresting comment as well 😉
too good shail and yes the winged electricians are a pleasure. lovely clicks
Thank you Priya 🙂
I loved the boss shail- Mynah 😉 And the one which flew to check others !
such lovely shots !
and good timing and lvoed the concept too
The one flying is the Greater Coucal 🙂 Thank you. Have been saving these pictures for just such a post and it came handy for the E post 🙂
Lovely pictures. You see what others might pass with unseeing eyes, and then you show us what you saw so beautifully.
Thank you, Cynthia 🙂
While the wires look all scary, your electrcians are simply beautiful 🙂
Wires do look scary, don’t they?! 😦 The electricians make up for it 🙂
How creative is that.
Thank you Pinksocks. What a cute picture your name evokes in my mind’s eye. 🙂
I love birds ! That was too cute,I liked the way you created this 🙂
Thank you Diana. I love birds too.
Thanks for that take on ‘electricity’. My word for the day was ‘energy’ so we are on the same track, but I loved your bird photos!
E is for Energy
Thank you for dropping by, Madison Woods 🙂
Aren’t they cool!
Yup, they are 🙂
Such beautiful birds! And your shots are equally lovely.
And yes I have many such electricians around me.
Glad to know that Preetilata 🙂 Thank you 🙂
Is that a humming bird I see in your last picture? Oh, I love them.
You are one creative artist, great moments well-captured!
The last one is a Kingfisher. You mean the blue one, right? And thank you so much 🙂
I really didn’t know what to expect from your title! 🙂 Smiling and enjoying the beauty of these guys.
Glad you got to smile 🙂
LOL!! This is a nice addition, Shail!! I love the dialogue-baazi!!
The electricians are so beautiful!
Indeed. Thank you Vidya 🙂
How fun! Great pictures, unique presentation, and witty comments.
Donna at Donna’s New Day
Thank you so much Donna 🙂
I love how those combine industry and nature. Those birds are so pretty.