Spiderwebs in the Sun
Baby spiders and their webs are blowing in the wind, looking like a circular nimbus around the sun.
Fledgling House Wren
"But you luvvv Me!"
Pale-Headed Rosella, Australia
Northern Leopard Frog
New England Aster
"Where's the Food, Dad?"
Papa House Sparrow and His Fledglings
Light Beacon at The Spit Gold Coast, Australia
"Eye to Eye"
So called because the flower only stays open for one hour. A tiny Prairie flower.
Monarch on Lantana
Butcher Bird, Australia
"Lazy Sunday Sunset"
New Brighton Beach, Santa Cruz, California
"Yellow Maple Trail"
"Eye to Eye"
American Bald Eagle
Brisbane, Australia through the trees
Bumble Bee in the Portulaca
Catching the rising sun
I often find humor in the strange shapes of fallen trees and branches floating in or stuck on Shadyside Lake, Anderson, IN. At first glance, I see a huge snake rising out of the water to snatch the turtle. What's the Heron thinking? Is he back-peddling or going to the turtle's rescue?
One Legged Canada Goose
Elmo A. Funk Historic 8th Street Park, Anderson, Indiana
The old song starts playing every time I look at this.
Do you know it? Here's the first verse:
"Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree
Eating all the gum drops he can see
Stop, Kookaburra! Stop, Kookaburra!
Leave some there for me!"