An exciting adventure looking at the land and the people around me.
Those bobolinks do look interesting! all great pictures!enjoy your day tomorrow!betty
Love the photo of the stream with the farm on the hill. Very nice mood evoked in it. I haven't yet seen any Baltimore Orioles here, but hope springs eternal!
Hey STeve, what is that bird below the Baltimore Oriole? Is that an oriole as well? Very stunning! I love the photo of the iris; stunning!
Thanks Steve!Love the irises!!hughugs
Can't exactly wish you a Happy Mother's Day, Steve...but you day will come in another month :-) Enjoyed the first 2 photos of young'uns.
There is an area, just a few miles from where I live, where bobolinks are seen each spring. Fascinating birds. As are the Baltimore orioles. You captured some nice shots of those, too. And that one very dark colored iris with the orange "tongue"...just gorgeous.
Super tour you've given...cows, birds , flowers. We don't see bobolinks here so I enjoyed the photos.
I like seeing the pictures of the cows. I've been intending to do some too now but I keep forgetting.
Those are some pretty big babies there. Can't say that I ever heard of a bobolink.
Yes, it is a good life! Loving that black iris!
Hej Steve, love that oriole and the black iris. Thank you for good wishes!Grethe ´)
Very good serie, Steve. The Baltimore Oiriole is really a pretty bird.
Gorgeous Iris! Love those Baltimore Orioles (except when they play the Boston Red Sox).
Please tell me those aren't the babies with the horns?,,,poor Momma if so. I can almost smell the Iris! I have seen two Orioles this year, I don't often catch a glimpse of them.
Oh that black iris is just gorgeous. I've never seen one before.
Keep it positive and informative,I enjoy hearing from you!