An exciting adventure looking at the land and the people around me.
I saw a widow skimmer dragonfly today and have been searching the internet trying to figure out what kind it was. And here you are with a picture of it on your blog. Thanks so much for the ID! And great picture, by the way. I also found an empty bird's nest on the ground that looked very much like the nest in your photos. How special to see the gorgeous bluebird eggs, and then the baby bluebirds. You just blessed my heart with this post.
Love those eggs! You got some great shots.
looks like someone is having fun. is that the same bluebird nest? seems to have lost an egg.
Great photos Steve as always. Loved the ones of you and your fellow teacher, the fish you caught and those bluebirds. For the first time ever I saw a Bluebird yesterday. I was out and about and saw a family of them sitting on a fence at our local favorite spot. I just about fell out of my shoes with excitement. Loved those eggs and new hatchlings photos. They look kind of prehistoric looking don't they but as cute as all get-out?
What you're talking about is patience. Sit in one spot and everything goes by. If you're really quiet it's surprising what you can see.
Steve, I did not have to imagine because you shared these beautiful images. At first the eggs looked like a robin's nest until I read the label. And you are obviously never too old to learn new things if your mind remains open.
Such pretty eggs and cute little babies! Great catch there too! PS: Usually Miller Lite or Busch Lite.
Well it looks like you're enjoying your summer so far. Hard to believe those little things in the last picture will be flying before long
GREAT pictures--Yes! I can imagine it thanks to you. Love those egg pictures!
The little baby birds at the end were a surprise. So cute. I agree teachers are a rough bunch.
Excellent, Steve !I love the baby bluebirds.How do you cook the fish you fish ?Habe a nice week-end !
Fabulous photos! As always, thanks for taking us along with you.
Great shots. I especially liked the quiet waterway thought. That's why I prefer canoes over anything powered by a motor...:)
OH!! They hatched! And you caught it on the camera! Love it...Love the photos!hughugs
The eggs hatched! How exciting.
Hi Steve, just came back to thank you for stopping by and identifying my marigold :)
Keep it positive and informative,I enjoy hearing from you!