This Western Meadowlark, which I assumed to be molting, was out in the open foraging last summer. Hunting for insects on open grasslands looking almost like a small new species of vulture with their feathers missing from their neck.
Nature puts things in perspective – being high level doesn’t have to mean larger.
Testing our wild imagination could create the rest of a story.?
I recently went for an evening walk at Tamar Island Wetlands. It was such beautiful weather and a hot day was cooling down as the sun set, and as I neared the end of my walk, I was treated to some lovely colours in the sky. No two sunsets are the same, so I thought […]
Blackpool, old-fashioned communication.
Getting up from the table after lunch in Glasgow, I mentioned I was flying back to Tiree that afternoon, And someone else at the table said, “The Sunshine Island”. How correct they were. Well at least this past week. It may have rained elsewhere on the Mainland. However, here on the Isle of Tiree, the […]
Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Strasbourg. During WW Two, the stained glass was removed in some cases and stored in a salt mine near Heilbronn, Germany. After the war, it was returned to the cathedral.
A Mountain Bluebird with a Killdeer behind forage for insects that thrive in the warm waters of a Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park. The warm waters provide food for birds that have arrived early this year before the spring thaw.