Sunday, March 15, 2015

Love Is In The Air





With the river lowered these pilings from an old bridge still exist from a century ago.  It is amazing they have lasted so long.


These are African/Canadian geese crosses. Once in a  while a barnyard critter joins the flock. I have been watching these for over 15 years and they come back to the same area every year.

A lone eagle on a still frozen lake. Pieces of ice the size of a small car line the shore from ice expansion and lowering the lake level.

 My home for part of the summer in the campground. One of the largest spaces, I enjoy having the room and easy access to go take a swim.



10 comments:

  1. I am afraid I am jealous of your birds. I so wish we had cardinals. Instead I have to be content with the 50 cross bills that are currently hogging the feeder. As always, I appreciate your photos.

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  2. Hi Steve - far too cold for the thought of a swim! The porch look out makes sense ... it's wonderful seeing the changes - those old bridge remnants show how well it was built. Cheers Hilary

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  3. spring is looking good in your neck of the woods

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  4. How cool that those pilings are still there!

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  5. Tennyson said it best. To paraphrase: spring is the time when a young male's fancy turns to love.

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  6. We have those geese here too. The different varieties sometimes mix and mingle.

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  7. Great pics, love the little bird after the remains of the bridge. Also glad to see the snow has melted.

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  8. Hi Steve !
    Very cut the first little bird.
    We have the same geese in the Perigord, coutnry of the fat liver.

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  9. Enjoyed all the wildlife photos, Steve, including the last one!

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