Saturday, June 6, 2015

Backyard Birds 060615

Out for a stroll 
 have we met?
 May I offer you some refreshments?
 No Lucy, we aren't eating out today
good bye, nice seeing you.
All  kidding aside
A lovely specimen
Wild Turkey - meleagris gallopavo

Critters 060615

  Out for a drive
 'don't hit that rock'
 'that's not a rock'
it's a cute little snapping turtle
After a few more turns
we came upon a much larger version
'o.k, o.k, didn't mean to disturb you'

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Good Fences 060415

With all the Texas blogs
I thought for a moment
I was having a Dorothy and Toto experience
to Join Theresa at

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Wildbird Wed 060315

Wrens of the Merry Month of May atMuldoon (2) - A Better Presentation.

Joining Wildbird Wednesday

Monday, June 1, 2015

Nature Notes 060215

Sunday morning drive through the State Park
A Painted Turtle in the middle of the road
We stopped;
 me to take a picture;
the RG to perform a rescue.

Peek a Boo

I didn't know a turtle could
close the draw bridge so to speak.
The survival techniques of nature leave me in awe of the Creator.
The RG placed him safely off the road.
I just wonder if that was the side he was going to
or where he had come from.
We forgot to ask.

Joining Nature Notes

Mosaic Monday 060115

Spring's Latest Fashions

Transitioning into Summer with
a Water Lily and a Rose.
Off to join Judith for more Mosaics
Lavender Cottage

Blue Monday 060115

Blue Jeans
Blue Book and Blue Sky
Blue on a Pinwheel
An introvert's dream spot for re-grouping.
Off to Join Sally for more 'blues'.
Smiling Sally

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Inside and Out


Scavenger Hunt Sunday 053115

First time so here goes:
(thanks Ida)
(archive ;)
1: Together - 42 Years
2: Black & White
do they still have photo booths?
3: Flower
in our garden pond

4. Grass
with our little backyard bird
5. Abstract
Grandson #3's Artwork age 2 1/2


What Fun!

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

Signs of Summer

A couple hints that Summer is on the way.

As I was composing this page 'For the Beauty of the Earth' began to play in my mind.
"For the Beauty of the Earth . . (vse2) tree and flower"