Critters, critters and more critters…I had trouble picking just one picture for this photo challenge. So I selected three. I think they all convey the theme of motion.
The first is a group of plovers…the wave is crashing the bird is flying…movement everywhere.
The second photo is a shot of a local coyote. He was moving quickly, likely to get away from the human who was excitedly snapping pictures.
The last picture is a shot of a blue heron rising out of the marsh. If you look closely at the bottom right of the photo, you can see the spray of water flowing off its feet.
I hope you enjoyed the photos.
We visited Disney World’s Epcot Center for our 10th wedding anniversary. Here is a “geometric shape” from that trip.
I take many sunset photos and the best ones always have clouds. Here are a few that I hope you will enjoy. Although the pictures were taken in the same general area, they are very different. Let me know which you like best.
I spotted this handsome fella when I was looking out the window today. He is a Carolina Anole (thanks Wikapedia) displaying his bright red dewlap. I think he was looking for a pretty female. Ah, Spring is in the air.
Let me give you two for this challenge:
First here is a pretty pink rose in full bloom.
Second is a close-up of a butterfly (or it it really a moth) sipping nectar from a bloom.
One Word Photo Challenge: Eigengrau
Is it a black bird or an eigengrau bird? You be the judge.
This handsome fellow is hanging on a wall nearby. I particularly like his earrings. : )
A fishing boat that is afloat on the Savannah River off of Tybee Island, Georgia. Plus a pretty nice sunset…who could ask for more?
I was rambling though the neighborhood one morning when I saw this tiny bird perched on the trunk of a palm tree. He stayed for a moment and I was able to capture this shot. I thought he was a cutie.
Tybee Island, Georgia is a wonderful place. It is also quirky. That is just one of the reasons, I love it. Highway 80 is the main road through town and as you are driving along you may run into this fine beast. He and his assistant (or is that his lunch) are generally involved in some seasonal activity. Since Spring has sprung, the dinosaurs are out doing a bit of gardening.
I have a feeling this one fits the “odd-ball challenge.”