I don’t even remember which pictures I’ve posted and which are still waiting in folders. I know this is the second of February, but I don’t think it’s too late for a ‘best of birds” moments, do you? Of course you don’t.
Red head, beige body, black and white wings
Departing woodpecker (I think) and a nuthatch
Woodpecker with a black sunflower seed and a goldfinch (I think)
A Goldfinch and a Woodpecker
The Woodpecker and the Tufted Titmouse
Woodpecker and the Nuthatch
The pair of birds and such a beautiful pair!
Waiting on the Toad for a chance at the feeder
Chickadee coming in for a landing!
Junco on the Toad
Notice their heads moved
More will come. I probably have a few hundred (more?) still waiting to be processed!
I really wanted pictures of road construction because it’s everywhere from early spring until well into the fall. But I never seem to have the pictures. I don’t know why. I think it’s the frustration of not being able to travel anywhere.
I wouldn’t mind the construction if it lasted more than half a season, but they do such a miserable job, it barely lasts out one season before they have to do the whole job over again.
Welcome to the first Pick a Word photo challenge in 2019. This is the only challenge/post from me this month and the choice of words includes the following: crepuscular, coded, lofty, scintillating, and detox.
First, let me say that crepuscular is a word that doesn’t mean what it sounds like it means. It relates to “twilight or something relating to twilight.” It isn’t a skin disease, though I grant you it rather sounds like it ought to be.
This picture is crepuscular:
This creature is also crepuscular, or more to the point, he likes to eat early in the morning (dawn) or around sunset. Both crepuscular times.
Scintillating. Do I have any scintillating pictures? Certainly none of me. I’m not sure anyone I know is scintillating. Definitely, nothing coded — and no detox. So I guess I’m going with lofty and crepuscular this time. Sorry about that, but I managed to squeeze in three pictures!
Nice to hear from you again, Paula. I have missed you!
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