Loving One Another

Posts tagged ‘Birds’

Most Beautiful Things


Beautiful Things
Are sometimes visible things;
Most = Invisible!

This Persian’s pretty;
Her purr’s the absolute best –
And the love she gives.

These roses are grand,
But their fragrance is the best;
And their “giver” too!

This bird is gorgeous,
But its song is the greatest –
And its Creator!

This scene’s amazing;
But the peaceful feelings here
Are magnificent.

Adorable child –
She’s so beautiful to see,
Her trusting heart’s best!

The cake’s impressive,
But memories are more grand.
Beautiful moments!

(By the way that’s us: Bob & Jan… 57 3/4 years ago)

The moments, feelings,
The sweet smiles and the laughter –
That’s where beauty lives.

Life’s luxuriant
When people and places reign.
Beautiful visions!

Thank you for being
A beautiful part of my life
In my WordPress World.
You add JOY by your presence.

See you later!

Animal Photography


Animal Photography

horse head in snow

A friend sent me an e-mail with the most amazing photographs of animals. It did not have a photographer’s name credited to the pictures. I wish I knew who was behind the lense for each of these. If you recognize any, let me know, okay?

They are too beautiful to keep to myself and to a few FB followers. Photography such as this is the trademark of true artists!

I need you, my dear WP friends,
to see these.
Sit back and enjoy!!
And tell me,
which are your favorites?

lion

rabbit- big ears

tiger cub

sloth baby

cougar on limb cliff

orange fox on orange rocks

running horse

brightly colored birds

purple-white bird

3 Tigers

Here’s lookin’ atcha!!

Hope you enjoyed this wonderful display.
Which was your favorite?

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I’m off to work at the Sr. Center…

See ya later!

Appreciating Photography


I appreciate
Good photography by friends
Here are my favorites

Ed Coyle’s view of the Tetons reflecting in Lake in Autumn
Caroline Feldman’s aspen in Autumn in Gravelly Range, Montana
Gloria Wilson’s pond in Sierra Mtn. area, California
Ed Coyle’s aspen & evergreens in Autumn
Linda Schott’s river and boat thru the aspen
Chuck Feldman’s boat on river
Brandi Seckinger’s Yellowstone National Park
Ed Coyle’s birds atop fir tree
Lisa Glines’ morning clouds
Madison River with scarlet reflections

Great photography
Inspires me to grab my phone:
Let SnapChat do it!!

Well, it was SOME of my favorites-
Hah! Too many to post ’em all!
See ya later…

For the Love of Raptors


Loving each other
Includes the birds of the air.
We love our raptors.

Bridger Bowl – east of Bozeman, MT

The Bridger Raptors
Are celebrated each year
At this Festival.

The birds displayed here are in captivity
because they’ve been damaged somehow
and would not be able to survive
in the wild on their own.

Wonderful surprise –
Look at who I encountered:
Our ATV Buds!!

Don, Barb, Caroline & Chuck

What a great surprise!
They were right there on the deck
Enjoying birds, too.

I decided to
Have a bit of fun with Bob.
Here’s my new boyfriend!

Don & Jan … Good buddies!

I showed this photo
To Bob, and told him “Tough Luck!
I have a new friend!”

Jan & Bob

Always the good sport.
He looked to find the foursome.
“Great to see you, Buds!”

Should we take the “M-Hike” up the mountain?
Uh, no… let’s let THEM do it!
Let’s go home
and drink a toast
to our beautiful raptors!
Steak, quinoa & a great wine…
Life is good!

Here’s a toast to birds…
A toast to fillet mignon…
To Scott for great wine!

Continue Learning

We came home with a book that will continue to help us learn more about our raptors. Do you have raptors in your part of the world? What’s your favorite bird? I’m fascinated by bald eagles. We actually see them in our area. What bird that fascinates you do you see in your area?

Photo by Flickr on Pexels.com

See ya tomorrow.

Encouraging Spring


beautiful bird bloom blossomSaw our first robin
But no blossoms were in sight
Encouraging spring

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I want it all now
The flowers, the birds, and spring
Praying for patience!

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…And then there were five


We used to have a family of six Hungarian Partridge who hung around our front yard under the evergreen trees.

In the back yard there were three. They buried themselves in the snow. I tried to show them to you through the screen of my bedroom window.

All you could make out was a couple of dark blurry bumps!

This morning I noticed only five in that family that used to be six!

This afternoon I discovered why. I think one flew into our kitchen window.

All that was left of that lovely bird was a few scattered feathers.

I hope it wasn’t our frisky Boston Terrier who devoured the rest of the bird.

I didn’t see any feather residue on her when she came back in🤪💔

TazE, did you devour our lovely partridge!?

Think I should put some decals on the windows?

Bee a Giver


Bee a Giver

 

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I’m here to bee a giver,
Sharing the nectar of love.
I’m here just to bee me,
Dancing to beats from above.

 

close up photo of owl on tree branch

Photo by cmonphotography on Pexels.com

Hear the screech of the owls
As those beauties scan the snow.
The partridge huddle together
Giving each other protection where they go.

Let me be as the creatures
Who share warm love so freely.
Bless their lives in our midst;
They’re naturally touchy-feely!

 

nature bird love heart

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

Are you naturally a touchy-feely person?

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