BLACK & WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – BIRDS! By Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Birds I took so many bird pictures this month, I have a whole new set of pictures on the chip in one of my camera that I'm leaving there until I at least use a few more of the ones I've already taken. I spent some extra time trying to … Continue reading BLACK & WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – BIRDS! By Marilyn Armstrong

FURRY BANDITS HITTING THE DECK – Marilyn Armstrong

The other night when the dark-of-the-night camera decided to go bonkers, it took 1012 pictures. Nine-hundred and ninety-nine of them were flying squirrels sitting on the feeder. After deleting about 600 of the ones that looked essentially identical, I got a few in which you could actually sort of almost see the little flyers. That … Continue reading FURRY BANDITS HITTING THE DECK – Marilyn Armstrong

MORE FLYING SQUIRRELS – Marilyn Armstrong

Last night, our trail camera took 781 pictures. That is a lot of pictures. It was windy, because about 500 pictures were nothing, just waving feeders. But after deleting the first few hundred, there were actual pictures on it. About half raccoons and half flying squirrels. You can actually see some of their features. It's … Continue reading MORE FLYING SQUIRRELS – Marilyn Armstrong

RACCOONS: CONVERSATIONS AND A CONGA LINE – Marilyn Armstrong

Given that this camera takes a lot of pictures every night, I'm going to have a lot of pictures of woodsy creatures. So before the next wave of pictures comes in tomorrow morning, I thought I'd post a couple of favorite shots of raccoons. Because we got a lot of pictures of raccoons. Many many … Continue reading RACCOONS: CONVERSATIONS AND A CONGA LINE – Marilyn Armstrong