I was lucky enough to get a few more new friend’s,lately
And thought I would share them with you all
And wish you all a wonderful weekend,and hope you all are doing great and all is well in your world’s today
First one is a male,Rose Breasted Grosbeak
They are a very beautiful species
And have a very sweet,sounding call
Next we,have the very beautiful Northern Cardinal
And I think she is a very magnificent looking bird
And next,we have a very beautiful Harris Sparrow
Just one of the many species of the famous sweet little,Sparrow family
And I hope to get many more of them
And last,but not least
A very beautiful Crane
I’m not real sure which species this one is,but I have always called it a whooping crane
Maybe some of you will know for sure
All I know is,he sure looked magnificent through my camera lense,when I got the photo
I really hope you all enjoy the photos
Abd I wil be posting again soon,so once more,wishing you all a wonderful weekend!
I caught my little buddy,this morning sneaking him a treet from the bird feeder,and I grabbed my camera, and got some photos of him.
And I just sit and watched him for a while,thought it was kinda funny,he actually fell a couple of times but it didn’t deter him at all!lol
Then I decided I would take a drive and see what I could come up with,and I drove down to a small creek and was very lucky to find this beautiful duck standing out in the water,and got a couple of photos of it.
Then I continued on,looking for some more good opportunities, and ran across an old rusty truck,and couldn’t pass it up so I photographed it.
And it didn’t take very long till I ran across another old truck,and got. Photo of it as well.
And I also ran across several old barns,and here are a few of them,I think they are very beautiful, though they show a lot of age and deterioration.
Then I ran up on this old barn,I think I may have actually been a little late photographing this one,for all that’s left of it is just a crumpled up pile of ole memories of the good old day’s, when it was new and a very beautiful barn.
Such a shame to see these old barns,just disappear frome the landscapes!
Thought I would go bird hunting today and found a few pretty good jewels and thought I would share them.
This is a duck,called the Mcovey Duck
I have never seen one of these around here before,they are common in Mexico,Central,and South America
When I first saw it at a distance I thought I was looking at an Eagle!
And I went to a small lake for a bit and found some wood ducks floating around on the lake and I got a few photos of them,as well
Then I went to another small lake bout ten miles from where I live and found some very beautiful Canadian honkers on the lake and got some photos of them as well,I never get tired of photographing these beautiful specimens of nature’s beauty
And I also got a couple of good photos of some mourning doves,they are such a sweet and loveable bird,I love photographing them
And it seem as though they know what I want and it’s just like they pose for me,lol
I also got a good photo of the wonderful and beautiful robbin redbreast,a magnififant bird,and very fun to photograph
And I have just got to end this post with a few mor photos of the ever wonderful finches,they are very sweet and beautiful birds,they bring so much beauty and joy to us in the spring ns summer,and a delight to photograph
I sure hope you all have enjoyed,my bird hunt,as much as I have enjoyed hunting and photographing them to share with you
It gives me extreme pleasure to know I have in some small way,brought a smile,or a little bit of joy into someone’s life
Thank you all very much!
And God Bless You All
After about two weeks of resetting my password over and over I have finaly been able to get back on my wordpress account
I have no idea what happened and why it took so long to get it to work, but for now I am back
I created another one, linzieclay1949, but was unable to find my followers to get them on that one
Anyway I am back and hope it don’t mess up again.
And shareing some of my spring finches with you all
Hope you like them