Month: February 2021
Song Lyric Sunday – “Seminole Wind” by John Anderson
The lyrics take us on a journey of the destruction of natural habitat, financial gain, the devastation of the Seminole Indian people and progress.
Sunday Stills – Feeding Birds – 02.21.21
During the winter, we go through a lot of bird feed. We purchase our seed at our favorite Bird Store, Wild Birds Unlimited at Jacksonville Beach, Florida. We are annual members.
Brilliant Bloggers Share How to Organize Those Bulging Photos Folders
Originally posted on Marsha Ingrao – Always Write: Thanks to Contributors From the bottom of my heart I want to thank those of you who contributed to this post. Lisa Coleman – Co author/collaborator Erica/Erika Janis Hugh Sarah Terri Susan G. Jason Carol Yvette Helen Ann Why Organize Your Photos? Terri Webster Schrandt has a…
Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Birds with White Feathers
Is white a color? Crayola sure considered it a color in 1930 when the white crayon was added to a 16 count box. However, technically black and white are not colors and are considered shades.
Bird Weekly Round-Up – Week #36
Week #36 of Bird Weekly proved to be a difficult week showcasing hawks. One of the hardest hawks to identify is the Cooper’s Hawk vs. the Sharp-shinned Hawk.
CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Steps or Ladders
The feature image shows concrete steps built into the Azalea Gardens at Ravines Garden State Park in Palatka, Florida.
Water Water Everywhere #65 – Boat Dock
A look at the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida from the boat dock as the sun was going down. The Matthews Bridge is in the background.
Song Lyric Sunday – Short People
The beginning of the song is quite dark in its delivery that “short people got no reason to live”, however if you continue to listen as it goes on, it also states “short people are the same as you and me”.
Mama Bird – Haiku
As the cool wind blows bird feathers fluffed in the air Elegantly preens
Marathon or Sprint Posting? Tagging My Prescott Walks-Peavine Trail Photos or Not?
Originally posted on Marsha Ingrao – Always Write: #Prescott Walk 5: Peavine Trail Welcome, friends to Prescott Walk #5 (I think – I have trouble labeling them, so I’ve lost count already!) Lisa Coleman, the Bird Weekly Lady and I, together with several of you, are working on a post for next week about organizing…