Mother’s Pride

Da jeg kjørte bilen inn i min garasje denne morgenen oppdaget jeg noe som beveget seg utenfor og – heldigvis hadde jeg kameraet klart i lomma.
Her fant jeg en mor som gjorde sitt ytterste for å bringe sine egg og/eller
unger i sikkerhet, og hadde det ikke vært for den hvite fargen på ‘kulen’ hun desperat rullet i sikkerhet, så hadde jeg vel aldri oppdaget henne?
De enorme steinblokkene hun måtte forsere på sin vei er altså egentlig grus på plassen foran garasjen – ca 6-8 mm i tverrmål! 🙂

As I parked my car into the garage this morning, I suddenly noticed something moving outside? And fortunately, I carried my phone-camera
ready in my pocket! Here I suddenly found a mother desperately trying to haul her precious eggs/babies to safety, and if it had not been for the white color, I would probably never noticed her?
The enormous stone blocks that she had to traverse on her way, is actually gravel -measuring approximately 6 – 8 mm across – in my yard! 🙂

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10 Responses to Mother’s Pride

  1. utesmile says:

    Mums are protective, hope she got somewhere safely!

  2. Amazing and very exotic!

  3. Annie says:

    God mor som bærer og passer eggsekken 😊
    De verner utrolig over denne sekken, og når ynglet klekkes er mamma utslitt og veldig tynn.

  4. -Eugenia says:

    Excellent shot! I hope she made it to safety.

    • Seenorway says:

      Oh yes! Being the only ‘white element’ moving through my black gravel, I really could not miss her?
      But she was no more than 10 mm herself! 🙂

  5. Seenorway says:

    Even in the world we don’t seem to acknowledge? 🙂

  6. Ah, motherhood! Many times it is portrayed as soft and sweet. I remember, after my daughter was born, realizing how fierce the feelings are! Stay safe and happy. Cheryl

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