Saturday, May 2, 2015

Timing and Order

This little critter arrives
just when the birds have finished feeding
 
 Nibbles around for a few minutes
 
and then off to begin the day.
 
Wait, break time already?


 


Friday, May 1, 2015

May has arrived

Each day this week
a little more color
Working its way
to the first day of May
I knew a chubby little Bumblebee
couldn't pass it up.
It was in such a frenzy
that even the motion setting on the camera
couldn't slow it down.


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Thursday, April 30, 2015

April makes way for May

Earlier this week.
The Service Berry Tree reaching for the  bright morning sky
 
Today the 30th.
One last April shower moving in.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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This fence says welcome home.
A little more Spring everyday.
 The P.J.M. Rhododendrons have begun to bloom.
Our good fence welcomes each of you today.
 
 
 


Tuesday, April 28, 2015

An afternoon at Moraine State Park


 Many of the nature photos I share
are taken at Moraine State Park.
This park was established in the early 1970s
when a large area was flooded creating a recreational lake.
The lake is located in the same area as a glacial lake
from the Ice Age.
  
 
 While the RG was fishing from shore
Lucy and I went exploring and
     came upon this wild daffodil.
 
But wait maybe not so wild
Then I spied this moss covered rock and
when I moved in for a photo I noticed
a hole with what appeared to be the corner
of something manmade below the surface.
The RG explained that it appeared to be
part of a foundation.
 
Then I understood.
This area was once a small rural village
that no longer exists due to the flooding for the lake.
 
Good in everything bad.
Due to its location high on a hillside
the village church remains.
It continues to be an active congregation. 
They broadcast their services to the outdoors.
The RG and I enjoy the gospel music
when we are on the lake fishing.
 
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Sunday, April 26, 2015

A Handmade Gift

 
A quilt in the windmill pattern.
A handmade gift from my mother long ago 

 The RG claims it and says she made it for her favorite son-in-law.
(he was her only son-in-law)
 Fun to change the angle
and go from plain blue windmill to print windmill.

Oh, and he was her favorite son-in-law.
 
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