Roseate Spoonbills are quite beautiful until you get a close up look at the bald head and long flat bill.
The white pelicans are arriving in my part of the US on a daily basis. They will hang out here for the winter. Large numbers of them come to Kentucky Lake and Reelfoot Lakeevery year. The numbers of winter arrivals have been increasing in recent years. The white pelicans are mostly people-shy and stay well away from populatedContinue reading “Pelicans”
These swimmers are so funny with their underwater antics. Cormorants love to make people smile!
Peebles in the Stream beneath my feet. https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/beneath-your-feet/
Water is healing. Here is a close up look at moving water.
“A lotta cats copy the Mona Lisa but people still line up to see the original.” Louis Armstrong (from The Painter’s Keys) Help me out here! When is it okay to appropriate someone else’s work to use for your work? Is it ever okay? Suppose you like to paint in the studio from photographs. Would youContinue reading “Theft or Flattery???”
Most of my inspiration comes from the garden or other beautiful nature scenes. https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/inspiration/
Last year I didn’t plant a butterfly garden because I had just moved in to a new home. This year, thanks to a wonderful friend who gave me the seeds, I did plant one. The rewards are worth the time and effort. The realtor who sold me the house gave me a patio swing asContinue reading “Sunday Slideshow-Butterflies in the Garden”
People like to tease us in Tennessee for shutting everything down for winter storms but we have enough sense not to drive on a solid sheet of ice no matter how hard we get teased. Shutting everything down affords the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of a world of ice crystals. We save gas notContinue reading “Tennessee Ice Storm”
The Cypress trees of Reelfoot Lake turn a beautiful red orange in the fall. Reelfoot Lake was created by the New Madrid Earthquake of 1811-1812, a little known, little talked about earthquake but still the largest to hit the United States mainland. Reelfoot is also known as the lake made “the day the River ranContinue reading “Sunday Slideshow on Monday–Reelfoot Autumn”