It is time to catch up with my posts. The pictures in today's post were all taken around the middle of April.Things are beginning to turn green here by now.
Any day with scattered clouds in the sky is a good day for photos.
Have I mentioned that I really like reflections? Well I do and this puddle, created from melting snow, gave some lovely reflections.
As I was leaving town just before sunset one day,I saw these fellas.The light was about right for a picture and these White-tailed Deer stopped long enough for me to get a few shots.
A little further down the road a Red-winged Blackbird belted out his tune. I was hoping he would turn around and sing, but he had other plans.
He did finally turn around, but then just sat there.Oh well,I have to be happy with what I get.
Waiting for the sun to go down,I am able to get a few interesting photos.
A pair of Canada Geese fly low over the lake and I know that the light is already to low for a good shot, but I try anyway. This is what I ended up with.I am satisfied with this one.
Another view of the setting sun.
Back on my yard, the feeders are busy.This is a male House Finch.
The subtly coloured female American Goldfinch is still a pretty bird, even without any bright colors.
God’s laughter is heard in the song of the birds.