Birds on the brain

Nae's Nest —  July 11, 2012 — 2 Comments

I am a huge fan of Hitchcock. Infact, I enjoy watching classic movies like these those day I am chemo sick. Movies like these, often inspire some of the more fantasty, fairytale or spooky stuff I sometimes write. I thought this pic and the musing This blog is a very entertaining and I know will enjoy. phillip vergeylen photography aat http://philipvergeylen.wordpress.com enjoy

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They’re Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!!!

This photo reminds me of Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’. Hitchcock got the idea for the movie when dying and disoriented seabirds rammed themselves into homes across California’s Monterey Bay in the summer of 1961. These avian incidents sparked Hitchcock’s interest, along with a story about spooky bird behavior by British writer Daphne du Maurier.

‘The Birds’ is a famous novelette by Daphne du Maurier. It is the story of Nat Hocken and his wife and children, as a massive number of birds begin attacking them. It is thought that the author had been inspired by watching a man ploughing his field, while some seagulls were wheeling and diving above him.

The long-standing mystery about the cause of the strange bird behavior across California’s Monterey Bay has been solved. According to ocean environmentalist…

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I find myself "Dancing With Cancer", problem is...I can't dance. I stumble, bumble, and get pulled along. To keep my sanity, (humor me), I write short stories, a journal, musings and poetry....just about anything goes.

2 responses to Birds on the brain

  1. 

    Sorry to read about your health problems and the difficult period you are going through. Hope you get better very soon.
    You have to believe in the future and never give up, even when the chemo makes you feel miserable.
    I wish you all the best.
    Philip

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