Some random pix from the last few weeks.
Early June: super green fields.
Extremely apt cartoon.
Quail on a fence post.
Morning sunshine on eggs and seedlings...
...and a cup of coffee.
Swallow. I think it's a barn swallow.
Rainbow through the trees.
Morning sunshine through the Virginia creeper leaves.
Younger Daughter returning from a walk.
Petunia, one week old.
Lydia being lazy.
Dusty at two weeks of age.
A chickaree under our eaves.
Early morning in the barnyard.
Polly and Petunia. Petunia is about two weeks old here.
I think this might be a female Evening Grosbeak, but I'm not sure.
Evening traffic jam, country style: cows in the driveway.
Matilda with four calves (none of them hers).
Caught in a sunbeam. Can't... move...
Calves and tires. Symbols of our farm.
This weird insect landed on my glasses. Okay all you entomologists, what kind is it?
This weird insect landed on my shirt. Okay all you entomologists, what kind is it?
(It's about 1.25 inches in length.)
"You talkin' to ME?"
Cedar waxwing. A very handsome species.
A novel method of evangelizing.
Major in the yard.
This takes us through the first day of summer. I'll post more random pix later.