October 3rd

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018

It was a warm one today!

Almost 70 degrees, and really humid; the news keeps saying that we’re going to have a forty degree swing between today and tomorrow.

You all know what that means: Storms.

Luckily for us, we didn’t get much rain. However, while there wasn’t much rain, the wind was insane.

After dinner I was standing at the sink washing dishes and I looked out the window to this. I ran for my camera and only got a handful of shots as the clouds were moving so rapidly, the rays only came through for few seconds.

August 26th

Sunday, August 26th, 2018

Have you all been noticing that the birds are beginning to flock up?

This last week I’ve seen ponds full of ducks.

Geese are beginning to fly in formation.

Small birds (such as these Barn Swallows) arranged, hundreds at a time, on power lines.

For those of you who have bird feeders, you’ve probably noticed the birds are frequenting your feeders less and less. At least I have; a full bird feeder would last maybe a day, tops, a couple weeks ago. Now I’m looking at a feeder I filled a week ago and is still half full.

It is a sign of the soon to be changing seasons.

October 9th

Monday, October 9th, 2017

You know me, I love clouds.

Theres nothing like summer storm clouds, but there Ian nothing quite like fall skies either.

Fall skies tend to have more patterns, and much lighter textures to the clouds. Usually they’re so wispy and lovely. Today they dotted the sky as far as the eye could see.