I used PhotoKey to put together two photos.
I followed this couple on one sunny winder day.
I bought a hat for Momo, but
Finally, I saw that a squirrel enjoyed eating pears this year.
This is about the mysterious “Wood Duck” at the Twin Ponds Park I wrote on the other day.
This is my first time to see this kind of duck at the Twin Ponds Park in Shoreline.
I would never come to think if pear blossoms was edible . . . My visitors eat pear blossom, not only blossom but also buds and fruit.
I am not a minimalist, but I like using white space (or negative space) and creating a clean work.
First thing I noticed was “Dog Treats” when I began to walk toward Shoreline Farmers Market today.
I discovered that I love thistle honey last year! Lavender cookies are so tasty, but I have never tried lavender honey. Is there lavender honey, by the way? I’ve seen honey bees on lavender flowers.
I shot these birds a few years ago. I didn’t realize that I could make a comedy until I downloaded images on my computer.
“Born and Grow up in Twin Ponds Park” — it’s not about me. It is about ducklings I met at Twin Ponds Park (Shoreline, WA) in June 2014!
If you want to see male and female red-winged blackbirds, go to a wetland where Typha angustifolia grow.
European Starlings first came to our property 2007 winter. Well, maybe they did before, but I didn’t notice.
Every time I hear or read about bees disappearing, I feel that I have to go to my territory to check it out.