A trio of birds waiting for their turn to eat. Bird feeders can be fun.
The joy of a new camera is a new perceptive. Here are some shots of my wild garden.
There is an underground spring winding it’s way though the back yard. Too wet to plant a garden and the grass is always green all summer long.
The view from my back garden speckled with sparrows in queue for a morning bit.
The critters sharing the sun but not the chair in the back patio. The patio is a foundling that was covered with an inch of turf when we moved in.
Spiders are plentiful here. We use no pesticides nor blanket herbicides. They can rebuild the web in less than an hour.
The deer freely use my neighbors yard as a dinner table. It works for them as the fawns are growing.
I needed some time to disconnect and relax. A vacation was required after a long and busy tax season!
Gentile has only been with us for a short time and only now just letting us get close to her. She came to live with us after her long time (13 years) care giver died. Just before her care giver died, Gentile, went from place to place and lived a very unsettled time. So to leave her alone was not an option! To take her someplace else for our trip would be too much a reminder of when she lost her care giver so the only option left was to take her with us.
She wasn’t too happy with the car ride at first – too many vet visits in the years gone by – but the quilted bag allowed her to settle with ease on my lap.
Once we were unpacked and somewhat settled, we put her on a long leash and she would wonder the site following the sun!
Gentile and Loki enjoyed relaxing in the sun – Gentile even let Loki get very close as long as Loki was still!
My partner and I were happy to accommodate the bucket list of Gentile even though she did not yet know that it was an experience that she wanted and would love.