Tag Archives: Animals
Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Nature Down by The Creek
My morning walks are on a trail that is part of a regional preserve, and has a creek running parallel to the trail; it is fortuitously down the street a couple of blocks from where I live. The beauty of … Continue reading
Wordless Wednesday~Got Milk?
out of her stall at a wild gallop circles around the field pulling up at the fence for a morning meeting greeting
Nice to Meet Ewe
There is no denying spring here in Northern California The sheep are out munching on the new spring greenery brought to us by a benevolent Mother Nature, who has graced us with a few spring showers in the last couple … Continue reading
Phoneography Challenge: Black and White
Home on the range. Cattle out on the Altamont Pass in Northern California. And to quote Sally in her post today, “I am, however, amazed at the lack of commitment that humankind has for its most serious partner in life’s … Continue reading
Spring break in my backyard. I call the birds in the pool birdbath the rowdies. A group of them hop around the edge and then jump in and splash about like kids. I can always tell when they’ve been in for a swim, even if … Continue reading
Day 337; Burger Barn
“Pardon me, would you have any Grey Poupon?” Thanks to Heublein marketing for the quote.
Day 315; Travel Theme: Animals
Presenting a few of the birds of Hawaii as part of Ailsa’s weekly challenge; this week it’s animals, to coincide with the feast of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. The Nene Bird is Hawaii’s official state … Continue reading
365, Day 304: A Horse With No Name
I was out shooting photos of a barn down the road yesterday evening, when I realized I was being watched. She was very curious about the person across the road walking up and down taking photos It was love at first sight on … Continue reading
Project 365, Day 298; ‘Til The Cows Come Home
The light on these early evenings in the last few days has been incredible; a sure sign of the beginning of the change of season here in Northern California.