There is that short time just before the sun is about to set when light chooses the last of it's subjects.
It is almost as if they are on a stage.
|Blondie (light stripe down the center of his back)|
|Chunky Red (no explanation necessary)|
|The best seat for a sunrise|
|These last two shots were taken a couple of days ago. Finally they|
have slowed down at the feeder and are eating what they should be.
|As long as they decide not to explore inside our house than everything will be fine.|
|The Mergansers are always easy to spot.|
|Loved the snow on the backs of these Canada Geese.|
|The Great Blues are starting to return back. How can you not feel bad for it.|
|The snow always finds a place to lay.|
|A beautiful little stream not far from my home.|
|Although I drive by her all the time, this day she caught my eye.|
|Beautiful Plum Island, where I always find peace.|
|Witch hazel, trying to welcome the Spring.|
|Every now and then you see some bickering going on.|
|Try and pick your favorite, I bet you can't.|
|Not seen in this photo but a very large tractor was working the fields right near the geese.|
|They say the aerial count this day was 6000!|
|I believe this little one in the front is a Ross's Goose|
|Driving Champlain Valley was absolutely breathtaking!|
|In a nearby pond we were surprised to see these Painted turtles. 5" of snow the following day!|
|Ahh...those wings have flown a very long distance!|