Sorry to say that nothing exciting has happened the past few days, but we are getting settled in after our Big Bend trip. I have been busy editing some of those pictures and trying to keep up with other blogs that I follow.
One of my many favorite blogs is Jo Woolf’s Journal. She lives in Scotland with her husband, Colin, and they have been showing the great landscapes from Skye. The mountains and cliffs along the ocean remind me of the landscape of the Big Bend here in west Texas. The only difference is that the cliffs at Skye are along the ocean, whereas as here they are surrounded by desert. Also, Colin is a fantastic water-color artist. Click here to see his stunning wildlife art.
While editing some of my Big Bend trip photos I came across a couple more images hopefully for your enjoyment. How about another shot of the Scaled Quail.
These Curve-billed Thrashers are always fun to photograph, too. I love their fierce expressions.
I have been keeping up with the Great Blue Heron nest downtown along our Concho River. The kids are growing up. If you remember, a couple of weeks ago I published a photo of the nest, and you could only see the head of one of the chicks above the nest. Here what they looked like yesterday.
We took a short drive to Middle Concho Park and came away with this shot of a Bullock’s Oriole. They are quite plentiful around here now, but very elusive when trying to photograph them.
I hope you enjoyed my photography again. Click on any of the images to see an enlargement.