The late afternoon sky after a cold front blasted through this morning.
Watching my dogs watching their world.
A view of the sky during a break between today’s frequent snow showers.
A lovely, spectacular morning.
A Dark-eyed Junco, foraging amongst the leaf litter, finds a shelled sunflower seed.
First weekend of Project FeederWatch.
A Red-breasted Nuthatch grabs a tidbit, a shelled sunflower seed, from a feeder.
A recent very, very foggy morning with visibility around 100 meters, sometimes less, made for a dicey drive to work.
A lovely way to start the day. So blessed to see this.
After our late afternoon stroll we shared a snack and watched a shaft of sunlight penetrate the clouds over Rondeau Bay.