👋🏼 i am teaching tmr at @yogatreesf castro (1045am), @wheelhousesf (4 + 515pm). we're still working with internal/external rotation of the shoulders as well as hip circumference mobility, hip adductor lengthening, hamstrings, and side bending. come do some yoga, aka slow karate 🥋 link in bio for full schedule and/or to preregister!
📷 by @mauriceberbano
Hey guys! I’m a whole ass quarter now (as of Valentine’s Day) and I couldn’t be happier to spend it with my love. He made me a birthday dinner (COMPLETE WITH VEGAN MAC AND CHEESE) and took me out to see some beautiful art with my favorite beautiful person😜💕 I hope you all had a good weekend and showed someone close to you some love and gave yourself all that love I know you all deserve. ✌️😌 #caligirl#thegettymuseum#birdsofparadise#iloveyousomuch#happyvalentinesday
ID: Tickell's Blue Flycatcher - ಕೆಂಪುಕೊರಳಿನ ನೊಣಹಿಡುಕ
Nikon D750 - Nikon 200-500
Tickell's blue flycatcher is about 11–12 cm long. It sits upright and forages mainly in the overgrowth. The male's upper parts are bright blue, its throat and breast are red, and the rest of the underparts are white. The female is duller blue with a brighter blue brow, shoulder, rump, and tail. It hybridizes with the pale-chinned blue flycatcher in the Eastern Ghats of India and these hybrids have sometimes been called the subspecies vernayi. The juvenile is streaked and has a spotted mantle, scaly brown upperparts, head and breast, with just the wings and tail being blue.
Look at the growth that's occurred in just one month! 😳 It was just starting to emerge when I noticed it on the 15th of January.
I haven't used any fertilizer at all since picking it up in December.
I simply water when I think it needs a drink and rotate it weekly-ish to prevent it from leaning too much toward the sun. 🤗