Cape Weavers building a nesting community.
Communities have existed since ancient days in nature.
Communities are important and we have many communities in @hive that cater to all states.
Today I will show you a community in nature called the @weaver communitity. It operates exactly like #hive does.
I will blend a community in nature with the #feartheredfriends community on #hive to show you where mankind got the idea of communities.
Note that each bird is the owner of their nest and united, they are all owners of the community.
It is exactly the same on #hive, as we are all owners.
Here is a blogger building his site and the plan is to HODL until the baby moons.
There are also differences in the community as some make lovely designs to their blogs. This guy decided to build an entrance hall on his nest. Maybe he is an Ocra, or a Whale, but most likely he is a developer.
Hard at work to tie up the loose ends after the Hard Fork.
But yes, there are always some niggly things that need a rethink.
He popped out of the nest and asked me, "If you have skills, then come and join me for a trial period and if I like what you do, I will reward you as a full time nest builder"
This lovely Yellow Bishop (Euplectes capensis) looked to see if I would join the communty. Most likely he is a witness.
Spot the little weaver in the center of the nest community picture.
Support was available in abundance in this well balanced community, as you can see the blockchain here, with the funding pool almost overflowing.
What a story and I have indeed kept it as simple as possible because they say that in simplicity lies perfection. The weaver skills on show here is a clear example for us to follow.
They have always been successful and their numbers continue to grow.
Just so it is on #hive with it's many different communities that cover most topics of interest and best of all, the bloggers are rewarded.
The birds get eggs as their reward and we get crypto.
Note that this is a lighthearted post to try and get some smiles and no malice was intended.
And That's All Friends!
Photos by Zac Smith-All Rights Reserved.
Camera: Canon Powershot SX60HS Bridge camera.
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