Cattle Egret, Bulbucus ibis

Saturday, April 12, 2008

This and That

I haven't made any serious photo forays lately, the weather hasn't been the best, and my age is showing up to bite me. The recent rains sprouted the seed that the squirrels dumped under the big feeder, I have a big bright green spot under the Oak tree. It is a shade of green that drives my camera crazy, just too green to look natural. The Cardinals like it, anyway. The Hummingbirds are flying right up within arms length already, not afraid at all. I like that! The butterflies are showing up at the Lanatana, I need calm days to photograph them, they will come.

1 comment:

paradise said...

Just gotta love that sprouting seed!

When it flowers they will love that too!

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