It was Friday morning, getting ready for the day. Oh, I forgot to fill the bird feeder with black sunflowers seeds. I better do that. There I was pouring seeds into my bird feeder when I spotted a Mississippi kite perched in the dead honey locust tree that is located at the corner of my house. The kite is about 30 feet from the ground watching me, I slowly went into the house to retrieve my camera and back out the door. Hoping that the kite was still there. It was a wonderful surprise to have the kite in my backyard to pose for several photos. Then in an instant, the kite caught the wind and was gone. I spotted two more soaring in the sky above the house for a total of three Mississippi kites for the morning.
The image was from last year. It was March 21, 2013, when I saw several or should I say hundreds of Cedar Waxwings in my front yard. It was a wonderful time. ISO 800 1/1000 sec at f/5.6 190 mm.
It was east of Ferris, Texas, that we were able to photography a Burrowing Owl, he/she is about 10 inches tall and weighs about 6 ounces. This little guy would allow us photographers to get really close, but he would and could fly, we watched for several hours on Saturday and took Morgan back on…
It was a warm summer evening, no it was not, and it was hot and muggy. I decided to do some yard work, but that did not happen. As soon as I stepped into the backyard, it started to sprinkle, not much, but enough to make me take pause for a moment. I heard the…
Sunset on Crooked River Gorge train bridge. Morgan and I debated about being here for sunset. I was glad we did, it was a wonderful time. June 2, 2015 f11 17 mm iso 100 HDR
Happy Mother’s Day! Thanks for keeping an eye on the little ones. Blessing for all your hard work.