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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Nature Notes: If you don't like the weather wait a few minutes


The expression, if you don't like the weather wait a few minutes, definitely applies to the past week where I live.
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We've had a little bit of everything from wet to dry, and chilly to warm.
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The photographs in this post are a smattering of ones I've taken since my last nature notes post.
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The dove (second shot) and rufous-sided towhee (shot above) are hanging out at my place.
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My holly bush berries have quickly changed from green to rust to bright red.
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I took a ton of shots of the great blue heron on Saturday at Shelley Lake and posted some of those shots on my other blog but thought I'd also post a few here.
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Thursday is the Nature Notes post date at the host sight, Rambling Woods.

9 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

This expression is new for me but I loved it, thanks very much! :)
And I think it's all about patient in our lives, it's wonderful.
Fantastic work in this post, adorable pictures, specially those berries, wonderful colours!
Hugs
Léia

Anonymous said...

marvelous...the first one
....GREAT
NICE DAY

THANKS FOR YOUR COMMENT

I WAS IN AFRICA FOR MANY WEEKS AND ONLY NOW I ARRIVED IN SWEDEN
http://graceolsson.com/blog/2010/10/the-africa-of-my-dreams-lets-go-kenya/

EG Wow said...

You are seeing lots of birds right now! I don't think I have ever seen a rufous-sided towhee before...but I am still very new to watching birds. And the berries are ripe and beautiful along with the leaves.

Denise said...

So very enjoyable these photos of yours. Always a pleasure to stop by. Have a great weekend.

Nicole said...

I so enjoy seeing this season through your lens!
Love the towhee, don't think we have them in Europe (or here).

Rambling Woods said...

Same here...warm, wet cold and some snow...I love how your posts really are nature notes Carver....Michelle

SandyCarlson said...

All that beauty thrives despite the fickle nature of the weather. Beautiful images.

Anne McCormack said...

Love the towhee! You can see his red eye.

Ayie said...

you have everything there where you live, a beautiful place =)