If a bass doesn't bite as the lure flutters down
, one may sprint to snatch it as it moves past the rock.
At midnight, a shower of colour flutters down
from buildings around Times Square.
Ash flutters down
over the embattled city, bullets whizz out of the screen and several pivotal action sequences are breathlessly choreographed to take full advantage of depths in perception.
In the four-paneled "Aesop" (2011), a scattering of pale yellow petals flutters down
, seemingly in front of the atmospheric and delicately smudged darker surface.
Finally, like the straw that breaks the camel's back, one little feather flutters down
and tickles the wombat's nose.
EVERY fine footballer has an autumn, a time when his legs begin to rust and his career flutters down
from the uppermost branches.
A broken mirror, its pieces reflecting mosaic-like fragmentations, has nice parallels to the painter's late backgrounds, while a magical moment when gold leaf flutters down
from the ceiling pays homage to Klimt's ravishing use of gilding.
At the service held each year in the Royal Albert Hall, each petal that flutters down
from the ceiling is in memory of a life lost during the World Wars.
Maybe the mail for Balsall Heath will in future be dropped by air, and I will have to run out and catch it as it flutters down
. That, at least, would save the cost of postmen on the ground.