Last month it was confirmed that humans definitely love bright squares, but how about corvids do they love to collect bright shiny things? The stories over the centuries would suggest they do too, however unfortunately it seems (from this research at least) that the empirical evidence is less convincing. Still that’s not going to stop me from sharing a bright gallery for one of my corvid garden visitors and you of course!

For most of you now this will not be your first time visiting a Squares Gallery, however I still think I’ll remind you to make yourself a pot of tea or coffee for your gallery visit. As some of you will have already realised from the first room there are lots of incredible squares to visit.

I am also hoping everyone will be able to visit at least one or two squarers in every room. And maybe even every squarer in the following room, as these are all new squarers or those we have not seen for a little while.

I have thoroughly enjoyed looking back through your squares, and creating our final and very bright square gallery. You have inspired me with your creativity and brightness.

Squares has proved a wonderful distraction again, in a year which I know for many is still as challenging as last. Your fabulously bright squares have helped remind us that brighter times do lie ahead for us.

Wasn’t April an incredible month in terms of squares. Nearly hundred squarers participated at least once during the month, of which eighty-one appear in this final gallery.

It might though explain why I still have no idea what the theme is going to be for July. I am overwhelmed by brightness! However I am sure I’ll make a theme decision soon. For now though let us enjoy some more brightness.

Are there any squares in this gallery which have particularly left you bushy tailed? Or maybe you have found a squarer you have not met before. If so do let us know by leaving a comment below, but before you leave a comment enjoy our final room.

Thank you all again for being such fabulous squarers. Your support with both comments and squares is truly wonderful. Can’t wait to party square with you again in July.

78 thoughts

  1. Well, what is done is done. let the past be the past to see the future happen.
    I estimate your action in favour of abandoned photoblogger on a very high level, but is it reasonable ?

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  2. I came by to check out some links, but ended up reading about crows. It seems funny we assume all crows like shiny things. Some humans like mountaineering, others like collecting heart shaped rocks. If we placed heart shaped rocks in the mountaineer’s paths, would they fill their pockets with stones? Also, strange we would we think even shiny things lovers (crows not mountaineers) would choose those rather than food, given only one beak and a hungry tummy. Now you’ll be relieved to learn I really am going to check some links and leave you in peace. Thanks again for such a bright April! 🙂

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    1. hee hee so glad you got distracted by shiny things and crows 🙂

      I know beach people would definitely fill their pockets with rockets!


  3. you are the shiny bright one, thanks a lot for aaaaalllll the things you made for our entertainment and delights during this bright square april.
    cheers to you Becky and all ! 🙂

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