TGIF Captured another Honeybee enjoying the Grape Hyacinths in the yard. Bee butt image! 😁 Really glad to see Honeybees around. Sharing this one for today with the nice bokeh background because Friday's Are Bokehlicious as well.
Friday, April 16, 2021
Thursday, April 15, 2021
My Tulips are blooming, at least the ones not eaten by whatever, probably rabbits. Grrrr I need to construct more cages for my flowers. Sigh. Anyway, this is a macro of one of them. Love it's colors with the red highlights.
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
It's Wildflower Wednesday! Things are really starting to bloom in my area of Kansas. This is a close up of a Johnny Jump Up which is a relative of the Pansy. They are considered a weed but I think they are rather lovely.
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
I was on a bike ride through some pretty rural areas of mostly farm fields on Sunday. In the corner of one of them I spotted this Killdeer walking around. I had brought my camera along so stopped and took some images. It seemed very unconcerned that I was there and even went and sat on it's nest I am pretty sure so probably a female. I am wondering if it is because I stayed on my bike and did not move around much while taking photos. Thisis with a Zoom so I wasn't as close as it looks.
Monday, April 12, 2021
Sunday, April 11, 2021
It's Steamy Sunday here on the Blog. Today's image is of the same locomotive as last week at the B&O Museum in Baltimore, Maryland. Obviously this is a front view of this beautiful old locomotive. You can see the ceiling pretty well which I haven't mentioned much but the roundhouse is just gorgeous. The wood ceiling and the floor are beautiful as is the turntable which can be operated by just one person it is so well balanced. Part of the ceiling had collapsed in 2003 but fortunately this very old locomotive was not in it's normal place at the time so was not damaged. This is the William Mason and was built in 1856.
Saturday, April 10, 2021
Today's image could have gone on Wednesday as well. While out on a bikeride on Sunday I came across this field. It looks purposely planted but all that lovely color is coming from a wildflower very muc considered to be a weed called Henbit. It made for a lovely view. I only had my zoom lens with me so the is a panorama stiched from 5 images. It's best viewed large.