Category: reflection

Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Baby Birds

Welcome to Week #43 of the Bird Weekly Photo Challenge. Week #43 challenge is Birds with chicks or Baby Birds or Nests with Eggs.

Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Birds Seen in the Past Two Weeks

Week #42 challenge is Birds you have seen in the past two weeks. We spent the whole day looking for the American Flamingo with NO SUCCESS. The bird had been seen for 4 days straight prior to our trip.

Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Reflections of Birds

Welcome to Week #41 of the Bird Weekly Photo Challenge. Week #41 challenge is reflection of birds. The bird(s) and it (their) reflection of themselves and your choice.

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. I wanted to share it today in honor of our inspiring friend, Sue Vincent. She is dealing with terminal cancer and I want her to know that we are here for her as she has been here for us.

Sunday Stills – Favorite Landscape – 01.31.21

Colter Bay in Grand Teton National Park

Sunday Stills – Clouds – 01.24.21

Colter Bay in Grand Teton National Park

Sunday Stills – Night – 01.10.21

Night time in the village 2020. Nothing is to scale so please don’t judge but I enjoy putting this together every year. The town is different each year as I add new pieces and have to build it differently depending on what I purchase.

Sunday Stills – Year in REview – 2020

What a challenging year 2020 was in many respects. I began my year with a birding blog on January 5, 2020 called “Today is for the Birds” with great excitement because I had just written my first guest blog with Jacksonville Business Connections through my job titled “Unlock the Bird Lover in You for 2020”. Little did I know that it wouldn’t last.

Sunday Stills – Auburn – 11.15.20

Auburn is a color between red and brown. It can be dark to light with gradients in between. Today I have given you sunsets, birds, an insect, a gator, rock formations in Arizona and a fall classic.

CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Patterns In Nature

The feature image was taken at Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park. Female elk were climbing the formations in search for heat from the thermals. Hot water was falling from the top.

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