Here’s my little darling acting camera shy. Don’t be fooled! She loves to pose for the camera, and the camera seems to love her right back.
Jez Braithwaite’s Fan of … challenge #67 (Clouds)
College Creek, Annapolis, Maryland. February 25, 2020.
Jez Braithwaite, Photo by Jez, Fan of … Challenge #57
At ground level, they’re quite hideous, but when they take flight, they are simply majestic. I speak of the buzzard. More than once, I’ve spoken of my admiration for the lowly buzzards, also known as a vulture. Yes, I am from the school that considers the terms synonymous. This is my contribution to Jez Braithwaite’s Fan of… challenge #55.
Meat and Potatoes!
And besides meat and potatoes, we need something like onions to make a savory meal.
I hope this post didn’t make anybody too hungry! I am a very big fan of a good meal.
When they are on the ground, they are quite hideous to behold.
It’s when they take flight that one realizes what majestic creatures they really are.
Yes, I am a fan of buzzards.
It’s no secret that I’m crazy for butterflies. Here are a couple of shots that I took on August 31 and September 27 of this year. I’m submitting these to Jez Braithwaite’s Fan of… challenge number 44. Thanks, Jez!
I’m a big fan of my home state, Maryland. If it only had the Chesapeake Bay to its credit, that alone would make it a great place, but there is so much more.
Because of the Chesapeake Bay, and its massive watershed, Maryland hosts many species of migratory birds. Even more amazing were the monarch butterflies, who passed through Maryland on their way to Mexico. In the Fall there would be so many that they would cover entire trees. Perhaps they’ve chosen more remote locations for rest areas. I don’t know.
Chesapeake Bay at Thomas Point, November 23, 2019.