Dude, it’s not as bad as it looks! (Wordless Wednesday)

 

 

 

Lopsided Growth (WPC: Growth)

This young lad had us smiling out loud when he stopped by Christmas morning to complete our picture of a white, albeit a very light white, Christmas complete with (rein)deer. Bless him, the lone antler lad.

Growth is this week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge.

 

 

 

 

Mama, wait for me! (Wordless Wednesday)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Down in the Daisies (Wordless Wednesday)

 

(Only 12-hours old and completely tuckered out)

 

 

 

 

 

Swooping for Salmon! (WPC: Evanescent)

Blink and you could possibly miss that moment when an eagle swoops down, talons reaching into the water to secure whatever it spotted within its claws. It’s a very hit and miss moment – for both the eagle and the photographer, lol!

Evanescent is the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge for this week. The description for evanescent from the Daily Post is soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence; quickly fading or disappearing.

 

 

 

 

 

The family dropped by yesterday for a visit! (Wordless Wednesday)

 

 

 

 

 

 

From Above (WPC: Atop)

Ever get that feeling someone is watching you? This is exactly how we felt a couple of weeks ago whilst we were outside. Although in all honesty they were more than likely watching the apple pieces we were throwing, not us!

As we were feeding a deer from our front porch to the right of our driveway, atop the neighbours driveway to the left, two sets of eyes were watching our every move. Not that they stayed there long. We soon required loads more apple pieces!

Atop is The Daily Post Photo Challenge this week.

 

 

When Eagles Soar (Wordless Wednesday)

 

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Playful Polar Bears (26 Week Letter Challenge: P)

 

Playful Polar Bears

 

26 Weeks Letter Challenge

 

 

 

Outstanding Orcas (26 Week Letter Challenge: O)

This week for Lori Bravo’s 26 Week Letter Challenge it’s the Letter O. What a perfect opportunity to showcase a few more captures from that morning when a family of three Orca’s swam past my house in April!

You can’t imagine my emotions when, just as I was to sit down with a coffee, I looked out of the sun-room window to see a whale. And not just any whale, an ORCA!

With Darling Daughter standing beside me, it made it all the more special when we saw it was a family of three – mom, dad and baby. How absolutely delightful!

26 Weeks Letter Challenge