A few more wildlife photos but mostly seasonal now that winter is upon us. The bees were desperately collecting necter, even trying to open a rose bud. Luckily the autumn was unusually warm. A young Great Horned Owlet has joined our two adults. We often hear him squacking with them. We’ve been getting a lot of much needed snow starting October 23rd. Let’s hope it continues and fills up the ponds and rivers for next year. On Dec 7, Mars moved behind the moon. You can just see a tiny dot that is mars, 1st photo at 8 o’clock, 2nd at 2 o’clock.
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Fabulous fall and winter photos! How often do you and Waldy look back at all these wonderful photos.
Well, after a couple of lovely weeks in Hawaii, I tested positive for COVID after arriving home. My two symptoms are horrible coughing and extreme fatigue. So disappointed to have it after being so careful and had 5 vaccines and flu shot. Covid is nasty. What would it be like without these vaccines? Don’t want to think about that. But this too shall pass. love, Lorraine
Marlene, you’re SO good at capturing GREAT shots! Always so interesting to look at what you so kindly share!