Blogging / iPhoneography / Pedego Bike A Little Waterfall At The Park 5th January 20225th January 2022 John15 Comments I forgot about this video and one other on my phone, so here is the first one. Running water is so relaxing, isn’t it? Share this:Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
15 thoughts on “A Little Waterfall At The Park”
I couldn’t get the video
That’s odd, Derrick, it should play for you in the UK. Maybe it’s a setting on your computer?
I was going to say the same thing about the bird enjoying the water sounds too.
I wonder what the water sounds like to them?
Water often is an attraction for animals. We used to see deer on the beach and they never seem to think that danger could come from the water side (we were in a skiff just offshore). Danger comes from the land, but the water was safe. Also, the sound of running water seems to have a calming effect on birds. Don’t know why that is.
Maybe because we all need water to survive? The deer see no threat on the water but a hunter would have an easy shot.
That’s right. They worry more about what’s coming at them from the land side. But shooting from a skiff is not easy either with the waves bobbing you up and down. I agree about the idea of water being so necessary to life – the sound is associated with relief when you’re thirsty.
I meant a hunter that is on shore, oops. My family is big on deer hunting, I’ve been on several hunts over the years but have never shot a deer. They are so delicious!
A deer would be alerted to the hunter on shore. They are always listening for danger from the land side.
They are able to hear me walking through the woods at a great distance, hearing like a dog!
That’s what the big ears are for. The better to hear you with, my dear.
Great idea sharing this video.
Thank you, Anita, I’m glad that you like this!
The birds singing added to the video experience too!
Thanks! I love birds, such free spirits!
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