Foggy Morning Spring Like Afternoon

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Today’s Flashback Photo “Great Horned Owl Chick”

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6 Responses to Foggy Morning Spring Like Afternoon

  1. Ellen says:

    I so love the lighthouse pic. I love light houses anyways, I think it may be the Michigander in me. And this pic shows the beautiful reflection in the water. I haven’t told you before, but have had amazing pix of “Reflections” of many kinds, in the waters. I’ve saved too many to admit, just for myself and maybe using as FB Covers some month, at which time my theme will be “REFLECTING”. I may use some of my own pix as Posts at the same time to share some reflections on the past in my life. Like you, inspiring people about Nature, I try to inspire people to remembering God’s Blessings. Anyways, another batch of beautiful pix. I especially was intrigued by the SQUARE holes in the post/tree, I believe you mentioned them before. Wild, simply wild.

    • Grampy says:

      Ellen,
      Glad you enjoyed the lighthouse. It gets photographed all the time. However the lake is really low right now so I could walk out and get that reflection. Should do it on a good light day but doubt I will. Like the good light to shoot them flying critters. I too am always looking for reflections when I see still water. Sometimes I struggle to know how to compose those shots. It would be easier if I did not have to crop so much to show detail yet keep the images small so they load fast. Wonderful that you too try to inspire others of natures wonders, New Hampshire Gardener does as well. If you have not checked out his blog you should. Incredible knowledge of the plant world can be found there. The holes in that stump were made by small birds finding insects, the holes I spoke of before are rectangular and are made by Pileated Woodpeckers. It is a wild world.

      • Ellen says:

        I did check out N. G. just last week. May do so again and leave a comment this time. I already recommend the blog (I say the because you said ‘he’ and I thought maybe ‘she’) to someone else who now uses it a lot. Funny, I can’t garden so I can’t afford to get ‘into’ it much, I’d feel a bit more confined than I am. Don’t get me wrong, I get out to run errands and more, have a good life thanks to my husband, but just can’t ‘do’ much. I did notice that your site is a suggested one on his/hers.

        • Grampy says:

          Ellen,
          NG is a he. More about the Northeast woodlands then gardening. Sorry that you can’t get out that much, however glad to share the wonders I see outdoors with you.

  2. It looks like all the birds were loving the weather. We saw 60 degrees today but I think we’ll see more winter too.
    It looks like the crows are getting paid back for harassing the eagles too.
    That’s a great shot of the owl chick but what an ugly little bird!

    • Grampy says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      The birds are enjoying it, starting to hear more singing each morning when I open the door. Yes, will feel more like winter here this weekend again. The eagle got tired of the crows pestering it perched and run that one off. Thank You, that was from two years ago. A Great Horned Owl nested on a man made platform for Osprey. They made two about 100 yards apart. The folks cut that one down after the Owl killed the Osprey chicks they said.

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