This is the moon from last night. It’s the first quarter and will be full on the 20th. It will also be the spring equinox. That means warm weather is coming! The full moon this month will be the final super moon of 2019. This … Continue readingFirst Quarter Moon
Thought I would post this picture from last summer on this windy, chilly, cloudy day. It won’t be too long and we will have warm days with green grass and butterflies.
Didn’t have anything from the last day or two so I thought I would put up a sunset from last week.
This is during the light snow we had last week. It will just be a few weeks and these guys will be putting on their bright summer color. Looking forward to it. My best photos are available at Etsy, Fine art America, and Redbubble. Links … Continue readingGoldfinch in last weeks snow
This is right before sunrise on Friday the 8th. From Millikan University in Decatur Illinois. This is also my last official photo of the week post. The purpose of it was to push myself to take photos consistently and I do now. Sometimes I have … Continue readingPhoto of the Week Feb 10 2019
I was disappointed in the way the earlier photo turned out once it was uploaded. Hopefully tonight’s sunset will make up for it.
I had a picture of a purple finch ready for today but decided to do something besides birds this week. I caught the sun breaking the horizon this morning before the clouds took over. It could be a little sharper but I really like the … Continue readingPhoto of the Week Feb 3 2019
I finally got a picture of a Bluejay. They are very shy around my house. I can sit out with the camera and the other birds will return after a few minutes but not the Bluejays. I guess the cold and snow made them a … Continue readingPhoto of the Week Jan 27 2019
The tufted titmouse is one of my favorite little birds. They dart around constantly and can be hard to photograph. The snow and cold hasn’t slowed them down very much. Several of them are at the feeders almost constantly. Taking turns with the chickadees and … Continue readingPhoto of the Week Jan 20 2019
The snow yesterday made the cardinals really stand out. They are bright spots of color that make the dark winter days much easier to bear. The snow makes them much more tolerant of my presence. There were five or six hanging around yesterday.