This bright yellow Hibiscus is a mood booster! Sprinkles of dew lay gleaming on the pedals. Too bad they only last for a day! Day 17 – Squares – “Bright” Click the panel below to visit Becky’s site and the April Squares Photo Challenge… Continue Reading “SQUARES – Bright Yellow”
Welcome to Week #43 of the Bird Weekly Photo Challenge. Week #43 challenge is Birds with chicks or Baby Birds or Nests with Eggs.
We did make it to St. Marks Wildlife Refuge and had a wonderful day of birding. You all had very inspiring photos this week and many birds that I have seen and many that I have not. Thank you for sharing your birds!
The American Oystercatcher is a strange looking bird to me but is one of the most recognized. With its bright orange beak and red and yellow eyes, they stand out on our beaches as they scour the sand for shellfish (clams, oysters and other saltwater molluscs) which is their exclusive diet.
bright spot in the sky during sunset over the St. John’s River in Jacksonville, Florida.
This sunflower is special because it was the only one to come up just a few months after its owner passed away.
Tulips blooming at the Bellagio Hotel on the strip in Las Vegas, Nevada. As if our moods were not brightened already on our honeymoon four years ago, seeing these beauties certainly added to an already stunning adventurous day.
The flower gardens in the Bellagio Hotel on the strip in Las Vegas, Nevada, is a must see even if you are not staying in the hotel. All the item on the left and right of the bridge and the statue straight ahead were made of flowers. The display changes every few months. It is always a real treat to visit to see the imagination of the horticulturists.
It had been a bright sunshiny day on April 2nd when we went to St. Marks Wildlife Refuge for a full day of birding. As we were doing the last bit of birding, the sun that had shined bright all day was peaking through the palm trees and passed the salt marsh.
This squirrel was not shy and got right up near where we were birding at Lettuce Lake Park in Tampa, Florida.