|"I feel wonderful already, Zimmie!"|
"We're in the Zone, Cam!"
In our own neighborhood, Cam and I helped Mom spot a birdie she's been trying to photograph. Here he is:
|Blue Jay, blue sky!|
A common enough bird, but they've been very elusive lately. Mom was thrilled to get a shot of him!
Mom also headed out to Tuttle Creek State Park this past week. Here are the best of the best for you!
A very well-camouflaged Great Blue Heron:
Here's another one, up the bank a bit:
Mom did some special effects setting on the camera on that one. She did the same effect of this shot of the river:
Doesn't that make it look cold and wonderful?!!? Here's one more shot using that camera setting:
It's the very rare Headless American White Pelican! Ha roo roo roo!
I think they were cold.
There were a lot of gulls hanging around, posing for Mom and her friend. Here's my favorite shot:
He looks like one totally cool bird. I wish I had been there to meet him!
You know who I thought was there?!? Our kit-cat friend Isabella! Look:
I know her mom has relatives in Kansas, so I thought maybe they were all here for a visit! That kit-cat didn't come over to say "hi" or anything, though, so there's no way it was Isabella. We sent her a FaceBook message and asked her if perhaps she has relatives here, too; you just never know!
This is Mom's favorite photo from the day at Tuttle:
Very serene, don't you think? And here's what makes me serene:
|"Halt! Who goes there?!?!"|
That's right, my littlest kid sister, hard at work in our really cool snow fort! She is a NATURAL! I couldn't be prouder of her!
If you'd like to see more of mom's photos from her latest jaunt to Tuttle Creek State Park, please click here.
That's a wrap for this week. I hope you feel totally serene now! Have a great Sunday!