Everglade Wonder Garden, Bonita Springs, FL
A recent afternoon with Brooke, Courtney, Cole & Nicholas

August Full Moon
Bunny outside front door

Random pictures of our recent family vacation to Cancun



This picture gives new meaning to "the wrong side of the tracks"
A frequent visitor to my yard.


Spring time in my yard.
Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home (if you're a squirrel!)

I discovered these photo worthyobjects on recent trip to Fairfield Hills. A gnarly tree; a lonely bale of hay under a lightning struck tree; an abandoned tractor; and a weather beaten door on one of the old brick buildings shown below.

 


Our grand dogs-Boomer & Daisy

One of many crows who visit my feeder. They're pigs with wings!
A crocus peeks through the chips and leaves
A recent afternoon in my son's neighborhood

Images from the Catherine Violet Hubbard Sanctuary

Fairfield Hills in mid March after the blizzard.
   

peek-a-b00

Early morning visitors
The biggest mushroom I've ever seen. Presented to me by a friend who knows how much I dislike them.
A confused woodpecker at our hummingbird feeder

From our backyard-butterfly bushes growing wild and a black swallowtail butterfly

Recent cloud formations in CT

I spent a recent morning taking pictures with grand daughter Brooke (check out her web page). These are mine (except one) which I took at Southford Falls in Southbury.

I spent a recent morning taking pictures with grand daughter Brooke (check out her web page). These are mine which I took at The Pleasance in Newtown.

Our bird feeders & yard were a very popular place on a recent summer afternoon


We ran across this little guy on a recent walk in Naples. He was grazing by one of the many ponds in our community.
A nice evening walk through the meadow at Fairfield Hills

Foiled again-I am too smarter than a squirrel!
Getting ready to make the leap
Four turkeys at our front door-Late January


Spotted in my daughter's yard in Southbury, CT, Nov. 17, 2015. The animal seen here is very likely some sort of hybrid. Too large to be a coyote and probably not a wolf. Best guess is a cross between the two. Photo compliments of Becky Sullivan.
March 5-a well fed coyote spotted in my daughter's Southbury back yard not far from their chicken coop.




























 

 

 

 

 

 

 








































 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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