Back porch hummingbird views:
Life of a Thunderstorm
We killed a small rattlesnake during our walk yesterday evening. It was flattened against the concrete of the sidewalk, absorbing the radiating heat. I stuck a camera in its face and it did nothing but flick its tongue. Normally, that would be the extent of our interaction, but because it was in our neighborhood, on… Continue reading Life of a Thunderstorm
Just Anole Fashioned Lizard
It takes a sharp eye to spot this welcomed creature in our landscape.
New Gazette Header Graphic?
So, I’ve been thinking about whether to re-incorporate an ant into the header graphic, but it’s hard to decide which one. Here’s a possibility. Link via Daring Fireball
I’ve written before about the flock of wild turkeys that have taken up residence in my old neighborhood in Fort Stockton. For whatever reasons, the size of the group has dwindled from the upper teens to just three, a gobbler (male) and two hens. The male has been known to exhibit aggressive behaviors towards people,… Continue reading Turkey Stalking
A Morning Walk
A beautiful way to start a Friday…
Did I ever tell you my story about dancing for the animals? Well…oh look! a baby squirrel!
Scenes from a bike ride
Capturing nature on “film” midway through a morning bike ride.