The grass is green already! 🙂
This is a mule deer; quite common here. In fact, nine times out of ten you wake up with them in your yard if you live one mile out of town.
Yellowstone’s Canary “geyser”. It’s not really a geyser, just a little steamin’ waterfall. I had to change the setting on my camera for this one; the lens just wasn’t able to cope with the bright colors and the sunlight. “Super Vivid” was my answer and I’ve gotta say this is one of the best pics I’ve ever taken. 🙂
This was taken on our recent trip to Yellowstone Nat. Park.
I’m really proud of this one because it took me forever to get the timing right when a duck or goose would flap it’s wings. This fellow is a Canada Goose, a native bird to my local pond and a very bold one. 🙂 They’ll snatch the bread out of your hand and your fingers, too, if you’re not careful.
This little guy is a morning dove. I guess he was wet or something cause he kept ruffling himself all up. 🙂 I’m posting three pics because I couldn’t choose between them.
Dailey Lake, MT on a cloudy day.