kyou mo basu wo matte iru toki ni hato no koto ni kizuita no desu.

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Oct 25, 2013 10:16
kyou mo basu wo matte iru toki ni hato no koto ni kizuita no desu. Ma Nihongo de iu koto wa ooihodo de kakeru no ga wakaranakute kaite agemasu ga. hato wa minna denwasen ni tomatte iru to minna onaji muki ga arimasu. Taiyou no hou he makatte iru n da to omoimasu ga. Ima made ikutsuka no mure wo mita koto ga arimasu. Sono hodo wa juubun de hontou ni taiyou no muki ga aru ka mo shiremasen. Denwasen to chigau tomari mo arimasu. Ima no wa kousai no denki no chuu no ue ni tomatte imasu. Sore to mo dentou chuu ni tomatte imasu. Sono tomari wa hitotsu no tokoro ni chigatte imasu. Denwa no sen no mawari yori ooki no tomari desu. Sore da kara ugoku ma ga otagai ni menkai dekimasu. Tokoro ga daibu minna wa minami no hou to ka higashi no hou he mukatte imasu. Sen ga namboku ni hashite gogo ni higashi ni mukaete imasu. Sen ga tousei ni ninami no hou ni mukaette imasu.
Sore de kyou ni juubun da to omoimasu ga. Sukoshi mo junbi shinakata no ni kaite gomen nasai.
I became interested in the pigeons again today while I was wait for the bus. Well, there is a lot of things in this that I don't know how to say in Japanese. When the pigeons are on the telephone wires they all face the same way. I think that they are facing the sun. Until now I have watch a few groups. Those all seem to be facing the sun. Today's perch is different. Now they are atop a traffic light's arm. Also on the street light. There is one difference in this perch. It is a much larger circumferance than the telephone lines'. Therefore the pigeons have more room to face each other. But, pretty much they face the South or the West. When the line runs North-South (afternoon) they face west. When the line runs East-West they face South.
OK I think that is all for today. Sorry about writing this without an preperation.