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A Los Angeles man jumps at the chance to live in Big Sur during the pandemic. He soon encounters a giant butterfly at http://twivelist.wordpress.com. Stories every Sunday.
Sometimes I wander down to the Carmel River Lagoon and watch the egrets hunt and “dance”.
Now that he has reached the age of three(a guess), rescue Ivan has been a good dog in terms of not destroying socks, slippers and various other items found on the floor. My outdoor leather work glove is a another story. He really enjoyed chewing it. While this glove doesn’t have a mate, I tookContinue reading “Have You Seen My Work Gloves?”
After taking thousands of butterfly photos, I enjoy a shot that doesn’t look like something I captured a few days or months ago. Here are a few of those different angles.
Quails love our front yard, drought tolerant landscaping–plenty of seeds to eat. The California Valley Quail lives 2-3 years but I can’t tell one family from another.
Photos tell the story.
Took this shot of an egret with one leg showing. A minute earlier it had two legs. Egrets and other species of birds stand on one leg with the other tucked among feathers to maintain warmth–blood flow from the leg is cold compared to blood flow through feathered parts of the bird.
A husband with a negative opinion of a co-worker, endures his humor on a double date with his wife’s best friend at my fast fiction site: http://twivelist.wordpress.com. Stories every Sunday.