Welcome to day 360 of 365 photos...The clouds at days end were pretty spectacular. I went out for just a short time in the late afternoon. It is the first time I have been out since the 1st. This bug really dragged me down. I only have five days left in this project so I thought that I should get out and see what I could find. The clouds at days end were pretty darn ... Click to continue reading & see more photos
365 photos - I started this project to enhance my photo skills. It was challenging and time-consuming but I did it. Looking back at the project, I think it was well worth my while.
Welcome to day 359 of 365 photos...A hawk hunting was all I got for a photo today. I thought that I was going to have to go through my old photos for todays pick when I looked across the road and noticed a red-shouldered hawk hunting from the swing set. It was quite foggy out and he was very intent on watching the ground. I missed the swoop to the ground because I was fiddling ... Click to continue reading & see more photos
Welcome to day 358 of 365 photos...Feeling under the weather today so didn't go anywhere. Paula, of Exploring Nature in NC, reminded me that I should not forget to clean out the bluebird house because the bluebirds would be checking it out soon. I decided to make the bluebird house my daily photo to show what we had done to keep critters out. Day was dark and dreary. Here is ... Click to continue reading & see more photos
Welcome to day 357 of 365 photos...this mourning dove was all fluffed up in the little bit of sun we had this morning. It was chilly this morning but not nearly as bad as yesterday. I took this through the window today because I didn't feel well enough to go out for a photo. How can a cold make someone feel so miserable? *sigh* Hopefully, the zinc, vitamin C and the honey and ... Click to continue reading & see more photos
Welcome to day 356 of 365 photos...today dawned clear, albeit cold for the 12th annual Atlantic Beach Penguin Plunge. The plunge was held at 1 pm and the temps by that time had warmed to a balmy 48º. The water temp was said to be in the 50's but many thought that the water was much colder than in previous years. There were 635 registered penguins and an estimated 1500 ... Click to continue reading & see more photos
Welcome to day 355 of 365 photos...we don't normally go out to celebrate the New Year but thought we would make tonight the exception. So why am I writing this at 10 PM and not midnight? Read on to find out. Tonight our New Year celebration started with a bang. Actually, three of them. Fort Macon sponsored a night firing demonstration of three 32-pounder cannons. The ... Click to continue reading & see more photos