Sophie is ready and waiting. It would be a huge mistake for any bird to look for food in this bird house.
I was on my lunch hour and had just finished feeding the birds as I walked around the park. I still had about half a ziplock baggie of birdseed and was carrying it in my hand. These wild turkeys saw what I had and headed right for me. While I didn’t mind hand-feeding chickadees, downy woodpeckers, and white breasted nuthatches, I was not about to hand-feed these boys. I quickly dumped the bag and they went after the seed allowing me to pass. I would not make that mistake again, and the next time I came across the wild turkeys, I hid the bag inside my jacket.
I have missed this photo challenge the last couple of weeks so I made sure to post tonight.
Here are the rules for this week’s photo challenge:
So… this week, for the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge, I’d like to challenge you to post a photo (or several) with the themeClimate Change.
I hope you don’t find this topic too difficult or intimidating. It can be anything – your imagination is the only limit! (And I know you guys are a creative lot!)
If you feel you need to write something to accompany the picture, please do so, but you can also just let the visuals tell the story.
Iceberg off the east coast of Newfoundland in the last week of July 2017.
When I first spotted this iceberg, we were in our car driving along the coast and it was just a little white speck in the ocean. We got a closer look at it as the road we were on brougth us into a small town closer to the edge of the Atlantic and there it was.
It has been a while since I participated in Cee’s FOTD challenge. And seeing the photo of the crocuses in her post reminded me of my spring flower photos.
This winter has been a long one, and it seems weekly weather statements, watches, and warnings has become the norm. Right now we are under a special weather statement for some high winds tomorrow. Anyway, I can’t wait for spring and since it is still a couple of months away, I thought I’d share some of these spring flower pictures from a few years ago.
So it seems that the weekly photo challenge from The Daily Post has drawn to an end. For a final post we are to post an all time favourite. I have so many favourites but I promised to choose just one from previous posts. You can check out others here.
This really is one of my favourites taken the first (and so far the only) trip to P.E.I. (but I will go back.) Anyway, back to the photo. It was taken at West Point Lighthouse. It was just supposed to be a day stop. We toured the lighthouse, combed the beach, walked on the boardwalk. We were about to leave a couple of hours later when my husband asked if I wanted to stay the night at the motel attached to the lighthouse. He didn’t have to ask twice. The rooms were beautiful and this bench sitting on top of a sand dune was just outside our motel door. It was the perfect place to watch an amazing sunset and end a fantastic day.
I live in Ontario, a province in Canada that is abound with lakes, rivers,ponds, rivers, and streams. With 250,000 lakes and over 100,000 kilometers (62,000 mi) of rivers, Ontario contains about 1/5 of the world’s fresh water.