Some very small wild flowers from the backyard. The flowers themselves were about half the size of an American Dime or the size of your pinky fingernail.
A Male Ruby-crowned Kinglet that is starting to take to flight.
A January 19th sunset from atop the building I work at in Union Endicott,NY. The image was taken with my cell phone.
A dry-ed out Thistle husk from last fall.
This post is for my youngest son Daniel. He loves Honey Bees and is thinking of becoming a beekeeper some day when he's older. He had a rough day yesterday in general but things are OK. This is a picture from this past week in the backyard of a Honey Bee gathering nectar from a Dandelion plant.
A Canada Goose laying on her nest in the Whitney Point, NY area.
A picture of some of Maria's purple Hyacinths that are by our front door. Maria is also the actual person how took this lovely shoot of them with my camera today. Mine were a little out of focus for me to use and she did a great job of capturing there beauty.
"There are many events in the womb of time which will be delivered". ~ Iago
Last Fall we planted some flowers near our front entrance way. We put in hyacinths, daffodils and tulips. These lovely blue flowers came up unexpectedly but are welcomed arrivals.
A Male White-throated Sparrow that has been hanging around in the back yard recently. I was really happy to come away this this wonderful shot of him. I have been struggling of late with coming up with great shoot of my feathered friends this year so far.