The deep green and blue grey of this spring sky caught my eye.
A fingernail moon rides high in the early morning sky.
The (presumably male) Dark-eyed Junco appeared to display to a female.
Fitzi is very alert – anyone, anything , everyone, everything passing by our property gets his attention.
Primary feathers extended, right wing and head highlighted by the early evening sun, a Turkey Vulture effortlessly soars.
A House Sparrow surveys its surroundings.
We have a watering station set out for the songbirds. While we enjoyed the late winter-early spring sun one afternoon, this honeybee – an unexpected yet welcome visitor – landed at the station.
Faye embarked on a year-long project to record the weather in cross-stitch. We recently bought a headset with a light and switchable magnifying lenses to make the work easier.
The artist . . . creating art.
Fitzi, carrying a toy, looks back at Lucy, inviting her to play.
I was compelled to capture this image of a marvellous late winter sunrise.