Month: October 2020

Sunday Stills – Backyard Birding – 10.25.20

Birds fly from the front to the backyard. We have plenty of trees and great cover in the backyard with a fountain and the front yard has the feeders. This week I was able to sneak around the shrubs and get these photos.

SQUARES – The Spooky Kind

This is Frank as the Bone Collector and definitely the Spooky Kind!

SQUARES – Four of a Kind

The Blue Angels is celebrating their 74th anniversary this year and the 34th year flying the Boeing F/A-18 Hornet seen in these photos.

Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Birds with Black Feathers

I understand Halloween is celebrated with vigor in America and not so much in other countries. With that said, Halloween signifies the creepy and scary. Black cats, black birds…black everything!

Bird Weekly Round-Up – Week #20

Having birds around my house creates so much joy for Frank & me. Last week was the first time we have put seed in the feeders since May. The Swallowtail & Mississippi Kites have flown south and our birds can eat freely without worry about the Kites. However, the Red-shouldered Hawk and other prey are lurking.

SQUARES – Kinda Glad I’m not a Turtle

A reality that every living thing struggles to live in a their own environment. This turtle got too close to a small alligator. As much as my heart wanted to save the turtle….well…look at those teeth. Sorry for the turtle.

Wow, I did it!

Even though 2020 has been a crappy year, I want to say I’m thankful for being a live, that me, Frank & none of my immediate family have contracted covid. I’m thankful to all my friends on WP because I would have had a rough 6-8 months after losing my 11 1/2 year job in March.

SQUARES – Kindred Spirits

Frank and I, plus Heaven are all one little kindred spirit. With the kids grown and doing their own thing, we will often just take off to somewhere for Thanksgiving.

CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Words with “O” & “U”

Every month the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum has a Sunset/Moonrise Tour where only a few can climb the 219 step cylinder lighthouse. It is $30.00 per person and well worth going up there and having a chance to watch the sunset and the moon rise in the same night.

SQUARES – The WAding Kind

This character was pretty much into what was in the water than me being there photographing.

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