I walked early on a foggy morning and was blessed to come across this work of art.
At least two deer visited my work site overnight. The soft ground resulting from recent rains meant that their hoof prints were easy to see.
This hummingbird (almost certainly a Ruby-Throated, do not know if it is a female or an immature one) visits this feeder outside our kitchen window many times daily. I was about 3 meters away and shooting through the window screen with my 75-300mm lens at maximum zoom.
It turned out to be a small scrape on the pad, rendering it sensitive. Since she was largely back to normal by Monday, Labour Day, we decided to continue watching through the week. She’s fine, back to her normal self. Here she is tonight, watching the world go by.
We’re pleased that she is her old self.
She has not been active today – her right front is bothering her. We are watching it and if not better by Tuesday, off to the doggy doctor.
Poor pup. She has always been such an active girl, it is really different to see her not running and jumping and playing.
A thunderstorm moved over my workplace today and 41mm of rain fell in about 40 minutes. For y’all of the Imperial Units persuasion, that’s about 1 2/3 inches. This is what it looked like. The near edge of the road on the far side of the parking lot is about 33 meters or 110 feet from where I stood, inside (hence the . The vegetation on the roads’ far side was a vague blur.
We came across this dragonfly during a recent walk. I had never seen such a brilliantly red dragonfly.
While walking an untravelled road one morning I looked down and saw that two deer walked this road a few hours earlier. Quite near this spot and not long ago I saw a doe and two fawns, so I suspect that all three were present.