Thursday, August 13, 2015

Duck crossing and dust bathing

It's time for a change of scene 


Ducks on the move. Perhaps "the grass is greener on the other side"? 

Also -- tonight we happened to witness a flock of sparrows taking dust baths (another way they clean their feathers). I wasn't able to get photos or a video - but if you're curious to see them in action, click here for a short YouTube clip. 

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Thursday, July 09, 2015


The first I've seen this year 

Must be something good there.... 

I think there are 8 of them 

Mom's heading back 

The little ones catch up   

There are always a couple of stragglers.... 

Wednesday, July 01, 2015

Creatures Large and Small

How many bees do you see? 

A typical butterfly pose 

 Doing lunch

Caught in the act!   

One fish, two fish... 

 Look for the lunker lurking below 

Bippy the squirrel expresses his opinion about being photographed 

Friday, June 19, 2015

Surprise at the Nature Center

I was leaving the MK Center when a fawn suddenly popped out of the brush onto the main path. Very energetic (and cute), it bounced down the walkway. 

Then, another fawn appeared. Twins!

Hmmm, shall I go down here? 

The mother and one of the fawns spies the photographer. 

Keeping an eye on this strange person who keeps following.... 

The mother and her fawns. The photographer is still being watched. 

Okay kids, it's time to go... 

One last long look.... 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

A bit of history, part II

The view from the top of the staircase at The Bishops' House. More photos below from the vintage and antique show.

Intricate handiwork

Close up of a woman in red
(photo - Norm Weinstein)

More lovely handiwork  
(photo - Norm Weinstein)

Ready for a ride?

Tickets, please...

Hallway through time ~
(photo - Norm Weinstein)

Sunday, May 17, 2015

A bit of history, part I

 "The Greatest Moments of a Girl's Life" (enlarge the photo for more details) 

A few of the items we saw at the Bishops' House. More to come soon.... 

Clarification -- the items were part of a vintage and antique show, a fundraiser for the Bishops' House. Most of what we saw does not "live" there.