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November 1 - December 31, 2018
Dove Having a Bath
We feed all the birds year round and have many doves. They love to enjoy a bath too. That is our old water pump from years ago, just as added interest to our yard. The bath tub is a bottom of a hot water tank that we cut off. It works perfectly and is the right depth of water for birds and bees!
Red Oak Leaves
As I looked from the kitchen window, I could see a spot of red at the edge of the woods and wondered what it was. I investigated this morning and saw that there are a few fall leaves still hanging on.
Seven Magic Mountains (Nevada)
Here is a beautiful twist on nature. This is a free outdoor exhibit in Nevada called curated by Swiss artist, Ugo Rondinone. This is called Seven Magic Mountains. These boulders were locally sourced and painted, then stacked about 35 feet high. The sun does a beautiful number on these colours, making them radiate against the subtle desert background.
Hidden Waterfall (White Haven, PA)
I've been exploring the area. There is a dam and nature preserve nearby that looked inviting. I followed the road about 3 miles and saw a sign for a boat launch. I made my way down, but was disappointed that the water was low. Driving up toward the main road, there was this gorgeous waterfall that I hadn't noticed on my way down!
Doves in a Log Rolling Competition
We always had a lot of doves sitting in the trees on our river bank. One day a log drifted down the river and parked itself in front of my yard. The doves found this very interesting and went to investigate. They look like they are having fun!
Fall at Mabry Mill, VA
I took this photo on 10-24-07. It was a rainy day and it has turned out to be the best shot I have gotten of this beautiful place. I think it's due to it being a cloudy day.
Yearling Bear Sightings
This is a time we see yearling cubs wandering around our property in northeastern Pennsylvania. Mama bears birth their cubs (usually two) and nurse them in their dens their first winter. After a year old (thus the "yearling" term) in the fall the mom encourages them to leave her and forge out on their own.
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