“It was cramped in the pigeon loft, from which pigeons had, in fact, been barred. But there’s always one pigeon that can bite through wire netting. It watched them from the corner with mad little eyes, its genes remembering the time it had been a giant reptile that could have taken these sons of monkeys to the cleaners in one mouthful.”
Sir Terry Pratchett: Going Postal.
An hilarious book. I cannot recommend it highly enough.
Over at Lost in Translation, Paula’s theme, as the heading suggests, is section.
This cropped shot of a Rock Pigeon sitting among the fronds of the large palm tree in our garden fits the bill nicely, I reckon!