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Friday, 10 October 2014


In an unusual photo project Sharon Beals is a series of photographs of birds' nests. It is very interesting to look at the houses of birds, all of which are waiting for his birth future chicks. Most of the sockets are made from natural plant materials. Birds that nest close to human habitation, it is very often used in the construction of their nests dumped garbage people - paper, rope, wire and more. 

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Nest Reel
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Warblers nest MakGillivreya
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Nest singing zonotrihii.
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Wandering thrush nest
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Hummingbird Nest
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Nest American siskins
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Nest beregovushki
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Nest of African palm swift
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Caspian tern nest
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Nest small green boatbill
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Yellow-jack songster
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Nest tundra tap dance
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Western gulls nest
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Nest magnolia forest songster
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Nest Canadian Kuksha
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Marsh wren's nest
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Jack pine siskins
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Tennessee warblers nest
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Jack sparrow stone
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Nest purpurnomaskovoy Tanagra in the hive of wild bees
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Western kingfisher nest
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The nest of the red-oatmeal
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Nest spotted nightingale
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