It was so wonderful to be able to get away, if only for a night and a day. Come Monday, I had no set plans for the day other than trying to get some more bluebird photos after noticing a pair who were scouting out one of the nesting boxes.
After about two hours, I managed to get this shot. I had the shutter speed set to 6400 which is how I caught the wings.
I thought it was worth the wait.
To appease my boredom, I took images from my seat in the yard. I think the barn in the woods in this photo looks dark and mysterious.
And it is, in real life too. ha ~
Another favorite shot. Interesting little tufts sticking out of the feathers, too.
While I’m waiting, George is often with me. It’s not good to be all moving around and playing fetch when you’re waiting for the elusive bluebirds to show up, but he’s such a sweet dog that sometimes it’s just too hard to resist.
I did resist, however, from tossing this huge branch.
Taken a month ago ~
And now, because I’m crushing on new summer tunes, one from Alabama Shakes (although you may have already heard this one). Might not be able to play on Blogger, so click to listen on YouTube, if you wish.
It may be several days before another post due to the end of the school year crunch, which is partly why I included so many images here. Hope it made you smile, even for just a little bit.
Until next time, then . . .