Oh no, what did I do this time?
A look back at a quiet winters day in Yellowstone National Park.
We watched as a pair of swallows hesitantly landed close to each other on a branch. Within a minute or two they seemed to get comfortable and began to check each other out so to speak. When the female decided she had seen enough she took to the air and the male appeared to try and follow with all his might. Unfortunately, both swallows quickly disappeared into a large flock which was feeding on insects at the pond and we soon lost track of them. I guess we will never know how this relationship ended.
Sumac buds busting out to meet the sun after a light dusting of snow the previous evening. Today it feels like spring is here to stay.
Miles, Coltrane, Evans…..or as Louie Armstrong once said…man if you gotta ask you don’t know.
Before moving behind the mountains to the east, warm rays of evening sunlight light up the tussocks near Kuummiit in East Greenland. Photographed with a Holga pinhole camera and Kodak Tmax 100 iso film last summer.
Yesterday’s weather started with rain which then progressed into snow. The result this morning is a beautiful blue sky and a nice inch or so of wonderful white on the ground which will be gone in a few hours. A great way to start off a new week.