The girls and I took a walk in the snow the other day. Now I have shots of this path, which my youngest calls the tree tunnel, in three of the four seasons.
I also saw more critters over the weekend — this muskrat, who couldn’t figure out what the beeping and clicking of my camera was:
This tree with not one, but two, puffy red-tails sitting in it:
These pics of two different hawks in the same general vicinity:
This is its mate, at a different time of day in the same tree. We’re trying to distinguish them by their coloration.
This is their son or daughter, I’m pretty sure. It was a ways down the road, but we see it in the same territory. Its tail isn’t red yet, and it’s not as wary as its parents.
And last but not least, a few cute feeder birds — a junco,
And chickadees at work on our pinecone feeder.
That last one isn’t the greatest quality picture, but I love it. It looks like the chickadee is making a snow angel in the air. Talk about poetry in motion!