Every year in the spring, we have a few fledglings (young birds that have grown their flight feathers to make the first flight) on their flight lessons in our yard. What many people do not know when they find feathered young birds on the ground is that it’s possible that they are not orphaned birds.
Whenever I go out to take pictures of wildlife, first I am fascinated by the colors of their feathers, fur, or whatever their appearance might be. I love colors in nature. I truly enjoy them. However, occasionally, there is a moment when I want to mute the colors.
Gardening is something that I enjoy everyday. Whenever I do not have time to drive hours to enjoy nature in the wild, I step outside in our garden and take care of our plants, trees, and bird feeders.
I was looking through my pictures from last year, and found out that this image was not posted on my website. The picture is from my trip to Colorado last year – We went for a hike in East Inlet Trail in Rocky Mountain National Park in mid-October.
One of my favorite lazy afternoon scenes from a couple of years ago – White Pelicans hanging out in the peaceful winter sky.