I try to take a drive every morning checking out a few favourite locations which include the river, a couple of ponds . an overview of a couple of meadows and an osprey nest. Then I return home to download what pictures I was able to take, Yesterday morning I found this one lone Canada Goose in the exact same location where I had found one last weekend.Its as if it was anchored there. Its reflection was so lovely! Previous to the Canada sighting I had seen a couple of Wood Ducks, but the photos I had taken were too distant to be interesting. They were good only for identification. Checking out another pond I saw a most beautiful Red-tailed hawk fly off as I pulled my car onto the road shoulder bordering the pond. The red tail that it displayed in flight was astonishing in its size and colour. It hurts to miss such a good photo, for I often see Red-tailed Hawks but they don't always show such a beautiful red tail. I followed its flight until it landed in a tree and I was able to get a bit of a photo where I could still see the red of its tail. I have decided that I am going to drive to this pond and take a book with me so I can just sit and watch the pond area for a longer period of time and observe; and maybe photograph what birds, (hawks and ducks, heron and kingfishers) that I have seen there before visit during the day. Its seems like it might be a worthwhile venture to me. Have a great day everyone! Ann
My book-award winning daughter Riel Nason's website link can be accessed here.
Information and details about the regional winner of the Commonwealth writers book prize for Canada and Europe; Riel Nason's award winning debut novel, "The Town That Drowned" can be found here. Just click on the cover picture. Enjoy!
Ruby Tuesday 2
a meme about red
ABC Wednesday Round10
a new letter each week with Mrs Nesbit
Nature Center Magazine: check it out!
This very interesting nature blog has several great features. It features a nature blog of the week and introduces it to other nature bloggers. Also it features Nature News. To check it out you can go to:
My ships at sea quilt
BeautifulSkies from all over the world can be seen on Skywatch . Why not join in?
There are 63 covered bridges in the province of New Brunswick and I love finding them in those 'out of the way' places. I have photographed most all of them, with only about 4 or 5 yet to locate. I still have many photos yet to post on my New Brunswick Covered Bridges blog. If you would like to visit and see more pictures of Covered Bridges, just click on the picture above.