The birds of the air do not reap or sow
A murder of crows
The common frogs laid there spawn in my pond last night after a few nights of activity and croaking .
Great Blue Heron
Inspired by her, I wanted to see if I could capture some nice pictures. Not having a camera I used my iPhone 14 with the camera lens held up to the lens of my 8 x 42 binoculars. Not bad results.
Norther Cardinal male
Brown headed nuthatch
Common traffic cone bird also know as a blue bird
Very impressive shots achieved without a camera - might be something to consider. There are some lens options for the phone as well although it is probably a slippery slope to a camera anyway.
On the frozen wastes of the prairies of Western Canada, during winter, we find ourselves grasping at vestiges of summer. Vestiges such as the phalaenopsis orchid blooming in our greenhouse. Others soon to bloom (hopefully). Gratuitous watch picture, my A W Co. (American Waltham Co.) 1877 model from 1885, 18-size hunter which is such a joy.
This is a wild flower that grows in woodland here in the wet UK, very small "viola odorata".
A rusty dot pearl moth ,I think here in the UK .
My buddy sent me his most recent round of photos. I think it was Friday he took them. Always amazing. Had a great one of another duck but I think I deleted in error.
Do you have the pro model with the “special camera” or extra lenses? I think I have the iPhone 13 with the regular lens if it really improved wildlife pictures getting the pro model I should probably do that next time. Your pictures are amazing.
Look closely. Those nine dots are bald eagles.
Neighbor just sent me this both as a “isn’t it cool” and a warning it’s nearby.
Yellow flower wild tulip
White flower wood anemone
Both native flowers in the wild here in the UK .
I just wanted to share a few pics from my Easter Holiday in Denmark.
Råbjerg Mile. Largest moving sand dune in northern Europe. Not really easy to see the size of this place, but see the two people in the middle of the picture. Råbjerg Mile - Wikipedia
Lindholm Høye. Iron age and viking age burial site. It contains 700 graves from 500 AD to 1000 AD. The City of Ålborg in the back right.
Lindholm Høje - Wikipedia
The city of Fredrikshavn seen from the fortress of Bangsbo.
Category:Bangsbo Fort - Wikimedia Commons
Took these in my backyard on Easter. Spring is in full bloom here!
Wow, just found out the guy who took these pictures passed on. He, myself and a small group of others stayed in touch regarding wildlife in the area, hiking trails and weather. It’s really odd I was just talking to him about going with him on a “bird shoot”. No one here new him and tbh I didn’t know him that well but he left us some great bird pictures. RIP Charlie this life is a funny thing it can slip away anytime.
These ponds have been recently been created 8 in total in the country park just behind where I live near Sunderland in the UK to attract the endangered great crested newt . I'm well pleased looking forward to the results next spring , fingers crossed.
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