Wednesday, March 4, 2015

What We Can Learn From This Photo


I am still in awe over the photographer, Martin Le-May's ability to capture this image.

You learn after reading a bit that this wasn't a case of mismatched pals on a joy flight; the weasel was attacking the woodpecker, hoping for a meal.  The quoted wildlife expert explained, "the female weasel weighs less than a Mars Bar, but is ferocious as a lion."

WOW!

I think there's a lot of inspiration to be taken, given the facts.


From the Woodpecker's perspective:

~Never underestimate the element of surprise.

~Know your assets; don't be afraid to use them.

~ Cute and cuddly (as is "pretty" or "handsome") are descriptions of the physical; not the character.

~When in doubt, go for the loop de loop.  Weasel vomit washes off.

~When you see a chance, take it. 

~Never give up; it's not over until it's over.

~Do whatever it takes to fly another day.

From the Weasel's perspective:

~Know what you want, and go after it.

~Hold onto your dreams.

~Life may get bumpy; it's still life- ENJOY THE RIDE!

~ When you make friends, you gain another point of view. 

~Be ferocious as you need to be.  

~Know your worth and take care of you.

~You may not succeed with every endeavor.  Learn from it, and know that tomorrow is another day.

~You're never too old to say,"WHEEEEEEE!"


Enjoy Your Day.