WordPress notified me that today was my fifth year anniversary of my blog. I didn’t see that coming or I would have opened a bottle of champagne. It seems like only yesterday, well, maybe the day before.
In those five years, I have had 153,529 views. That’s the count as I begin to write this. I have 1,848 subscribed readers in 156 countries, not to mention all of the readers that I have that are not subscribers. As I write this, which is, by the way, my 789th post, I ponder how in the world was I ever able to think of something to write – 789 times.
Anyway, I wish to thank all of you readers that continue to read my posts. Some of you make comments and I have gotten to know you. I wish some others would comment, also, as it is so reassuring to know that there are so many more readers out there, that I don’t know. If I hadn’t ever gotten any comments, I would probably have terminated this blog long ago. But as long as I know that someone out there is listening, I will try to continue.
Here are a few photos from the past few days. Ann and I have taken a few short forays into the local parks to see if anything new has arrived. Hope you enjoy them. Click on any of them to see enlargements.
Here is the first Yellow Warbler of the new season.
A rare Zoned-Hawk making an appearance. I photographed this one this morning. Actually, I saw him the first time a few days ago.
This Green Heron was in a tree contemplating the world.
A familiar Eastern Phoebe.
Ann and I are again, going back to the Fort Davis and the Davis Mountains, leaving Monday for three days. We had to cut our previous attempt short because of a medical problem. This time we hope to get it right.
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