For your viewing pleasure….here are some beachy birds.
Blue Heron on the rooftop. He is perched on one foot with his claw in the middle of his stomach…actually a little creepy, if you look close enough.
Close up of a hawk on the walkway….pooh and all.
It was a drizzly and dreary day. The heron reminds me of the wise man on top of the mountain. Do you think I should have asked him about the meaning of life?
I think these guys are ibis (s). They were the closest pictures in the bird book…..Anybody know for sure please correct me.
Yellow isn’t a color that I normally associate with the beach. I thought I would have difficulties finding even one photo for this challenge, but I found several. Let me know your favorite. : )
Two very different pictures for today’s theme, “Twinkle”.
The first is a shot of a cedar tree with dew glistening on its branches. I was walking and taking bird pictures last week and this branch caught my eye….too bad the birdie wasn’t in the frame as well.
The second shot is of a dredge traveling up the river at night. It was rather close to the shore and startled me when it came into my line of sight, since it was so unexpected. I must admit, the twinkle was brighter in person than in the photo.
I was thirty-eight years old when I received my first pet. I always loved cats, but my Mom wasn’t a big pet lover so we didn’t have any at home. When I was older and on my own, I wasn’t sure I knew enough to be a good pet owner. Well one day on-line talking to a friend, I mentioned, I liked cats and was thinking about getting one. His response was “my daughter is moving to a place that doesn’t allow pets, I can drop them off on Monday.” I became a pet owner. Clyde and Que. Clyde was the outgoing fun-loving mooch of a cat. Que is more of a reserved prima donna. Que is still with us and even serves as my avatar for Tybee Tabby. Clyde was the inspiration for my first post on WordPress. Unfortunately, Clyde passed a little over two years ago. Gone but not forgotten. Dang, I miss the little guy.