The only Wild Turkey picture that I walked away with this year. It's not the sharpest image that I have taken but I hope enjoy it.
Today I wanted to reach out and wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving Day that we celebrate here in the United States every November. I know not all of the countries have a holiday like ours here and yet some have a different version of it. Through difficult times and good, we come together as a community of families and give thanks of the past year even though it may have been a difficult one; In trying times, like now with covid-19, to reach back and be thankful to how and what we are as a people and or as a person; What we have endured through hardships and loss or we have prospered from, enjoying the fruits of our lives and of this world. As a global family I wish you all the best, I give thanks and praise for the privilege to have known you all in our little Wordpress World. Thank you for your comments, likes and support. It's always given me pleasure to share a little bit of my world with you. Thank you, Take care and Godspeed to you all, Michael
Another round of snow last night here. It was supposed too miss us here for the most part and stay east of us. It didn't stay away! The 2 to 4 inches that they were calling for turned in to 8 to 10 inches. The volume of the snow was not the problem, it was the type of wet and heavy snow that was. It mad the road conditions very horrible yesterday, the worst I've seen it all winter long here. Two day in a row that I've had to report to work early to help with snow removal, I'd rather stay home instead of going! I'll have to say though, it has been beautiful this year with the snow sticking around for a while. Its usial quit brown with patches of white every now and then. Well, enjoy your day and take care, Michael :)
These images I took today along the Susquehanna River in Westover, Johnson City west side. We’ve had a mixture of snow and rain the past couple of weeks in are area and up stream. The river was higher two days ago and the temperature had dipped into the teens leaving some of the ice formation higher in the tree limbs and such, hanging out of the water as the levels have dropped.
While out there taking pictures sometimes you stumble across things that make you think. I came across this seal in the cement on a curb drain. Never really noticed it before, and I go that way a lot. This one tells me to be conscious of my environment and the respect of nature.