NPR’s “Chapel of Love” Piece (remember the Dixie Cups?) made me think of the Extra Breathing Rooms that surround me…and how the objects deposited in them disappear!! (See Dailypost Challenge). I’m fresh off of watching Treme, and readying myself for a 1964 high school reunion and the songs I danced to in Senior Teen Town, so Chapels of Love has got me snapping my fingers and on the look-out for more chapels.

Chapel(s) of Love (as in bird nests)

vary in shape and place:

cup, platform, ground, cliff, post, bird box, tree cavity,reeds,

live tree branch, vine tangle, on buildings, etc. And just now!!

Carolina Wrens under our propane tank lid,

so “no delivery until this chapel’s empty, Bantam Fuel.”

& suspended between a forked branch

with the nest hanging down below the level of the branch? Warbling Vireos.

Chapels of love.

PATTY

http://www.oddee.com/item_98512.aspx

http://lansingwbu.blogspot.com/2011/03/some-clever-unusual-bizarre-and.html

unusual chapels of love, er nests.

http://www.npr.org/2014/06/05/318877574/chart-topping-chapel-of-love-turns-50npr 6/5/14

http://www.thebirdersreport.com/egg-and-nest-identification

NPR’s “Chapel of Love” Piece (remember the Dixie Cups?) made me think of the Extra Breathing Rooms that surround me…and how the objects deposited in them disappear!! (See Dailypost Challenge). I’m fresh off of watching Treme, and readying myself for a 1964 high school reunion and the songs I danced to in Senior Teen Town, so Chapels of Love has got me snapping my fingers and on the look-out for more chapels.