November 14, 2023
“In the eye of the beholder” ….that’s what came to mind as I read your post. So true, not everyone sees the same thing… so glad we get to see what you see here…. I can almost hear that loon echoing across the still water❤️❤️❤️😍😍😍👍👍👍
You get the best photos! I'd like to go with you to the lake one morning and see how you do it.
Fantastic imagery... My nature walks the past few days have been utterly void of almost everything - except, of course, the endless rain. There was a brief pause yesterday - just long enough to spot a lone kingfisher on the prowl...and that was enough to make the day a joy.
If the rain continues tomorrow, I will pull up this newsletter and spend my time looking at your beautiful photos.
“Some days it would be easy to look around and think there is nothing here to photograph - yet there always is.” So true! Every day, if all I do is look out the same window, I will still always find something to photograph. Today, I saw the red squirrel (who I have watched for countless hours) - carefully picking up falls leaves and licking them. 🤷♀️😂 There really is always one more new thing happening beneath your nose :)
Thank you Karen. I’m not comparing my photo expertise with yours but I do ascribe to the theory that I should be able to find good pictures in my own backyard. I believe that Grace shines even on the mundane. That has given me some solace since I can’t hike like I used to nor travel to exotic places. I would be honored if you took a look at my website.
Take care of that comfort zone Karen. I think it is working. Love the narrative with your Drops of Beauty today. The details of the feathered coats of your eastern yellow flickers are just so fine!
Such beautiful pictures ALWAYS... thank you for sharing what you see so that we may see it too. ❤️
Funny to suddenly "hear" the highways in your beautiful work. Thanks for sharing the gems.
I love "morning yoga!" Looks as though he's about to go into Tree Pose!