22 May 2008

A substantial head wind

One the between-track fence of the Kingston train station. It didn't feel anything like that breezy to me, and any oncoming trains happened fifteen minutes later.
Perhaps robins can generate a head wind the way cats generate gravity?

2 comments:

pleonastic said...

that's marvelous. :)

Graydon said...

The robin on the tracks, right by this one, wasn't ruffled at all.
It was, also, alas, through the chain link fence so not a particular successful photographic subject.
So I think I'm sticking with the selective-headwind theory. :)