Month: June 2021

RED-BELLIED WOODPECKER

Among the many pictures I downloaded today were almost 300 pictures of a Red-bellied Woodpecker. They were clearly taken on different days. The light was entirely different and the woodpecker was in different places — at least three different locations.

SUNDAY IN THE PARK

Marilyn and I were planning to go out and take pictures yesterday, but it rained the entire night before. Everything was muddy so we waited until today. It was an absolutely beautiful day. Warm, dry, sunny, and not hot. It… Read More ›

ORCHIDS AT THEIR PEAK

FOTD – June 12 – Orchids My red orchids are beginning to die off, one by one, but the yellow ones are still perfect. I took some pictures. I can’t imagine a more lovely set of orchids.

CHANGES

We had to take down the limb of the catalpa that stretched over our deck. Despite the passionate and enthusiastic intervention of every woodpecker in the area to dig out whatever had invaded it, the tree is dying. It has… Read More ›