Some noisy flyovers and noisy field-guests in our area means one thing…the goose migration is in full swing.
Here is a picture of a visitor to our little ranch a couple days ago. The tree he/she is sitting in is about a 100 yards away between the house and our livestock pens. While I was outside taking pictures, it was eerily quiet. Our normally noisy roosters were completely silent while that eagle was … More The Visitor “Bald Eagle”
On a trip to visit my sister, we went through Badlands National Park in South Dakota. This group of Bighorn sheep was grazing in the valley below. They did not seem afraid of people, but the ram did not relax and graze until we drove away.
This was taken on a tour of the Tracy Arm Fjord in southeast Alaska. These seals live on the icebergs calved from the Sawyer glacier during the summer months. Despite the large number of people with cameras standing on the boat drifting toward them, these seals seem intent on remaining on their perch until the … More Photo Friday October 26, 2012 “Seal & Icebergs”