This week we’re searching for Starts with G, Candy, and Latch
Starts with G: Great Egret
Found this one at Lake Lawson Lake Smith Park
Armed with only a cell phone camera today, I saw this Great Egret (below) at its usual dinner post near Hobby Lobby. (Shot through dirty windshield).
Food photography is not my forte.
Picked up my laptop Wednesday, hope to get back to “normal” blogging soon.
This week, looking for Starts with F, New, and Self (portrait)
Starts with F: Flower
New–Great Blue Heron showing off the newly built dock
As if I could be any more absent from the blogging world–my laptop has an appointment with the Apple doctor this evening. Not sure how long I’ll be without it; plus, I will be spending a few days with our daughter and family. Hold down the fort, I’ll be back soon!
Great Blue Heron/Norfolk Botanical Garden
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This week we’re looking for Starts with E, Drop(s), and Happy.
Ears–Starts with E
The bunny makes another appearance this week. Sorry, I can’t get enough of this cute face.
Raindrops keep falling on my head 🎶
Northern Cardinal with no head feathers.
One of my happy places at Norfolk Botanical Garden.
This week we are looking for Starts with D, Favorite, and Photographer’s Choice
Downy Woodpecker starts with D
There she is with that camera again.
My Favorite–Did you know it would have to be a bunny?
Photographer’s Choice–Carolina Wren fledgling
This week we are on the hunt for Starts with B, Unbalanced, and Door.
Starts with B: Juvenile Northern Mockingbird
This view of the Coleman Bridge is unbalanced.
Door found in Savannah, Georgia.
I’m still sorting things out around the house; wish I had more time to visit your blogs, I really miss that. Hopefully soon!
Wild Bird Wednesday–Rufous-sided Towhee, juvenile
It took a couple days of brief sightings to ID this new visitor to our yard. Finally, I got a glimpse of its left side, exposing a tiny patch of feathers that gave it away–a juvenile Rufous-sided Towhee.
Here is a picture (not a very good one) of another that visited in 2015. There seems to be some confusion regarding the Eastern Towhee and Rufous-sided Towhee, whether they are actually two different towhees, or one and the same.
Linking to Wild Bird Wednesday