December has gotten here with a brisk wind and low temps and I found myself thinking back to the warmth of spring. As I scrolled through older pics I came across this bee, frozen in time through photography and entangled within a flower blossom at Chicago’s Garfield Conservatory .
While in Saratoga, Wyoming last week, my hubby and I looked across the fresh snow toward the runway at Shively Field Airport (KSAA) and spotted a small herd of mule deer just outside the fenced border of the airport.
This buck seemed to be keeping watch over the rest of the herd but didn’t look bothered by us as long as we kept our distance. I quickly captured a few shots..
Now it is your turn to make a choice. Which do you think is the mule deer’s best side? Let me know by commenting below.
Whether zooming across the skies or flooring the pedal to the metal in my car, I love to travel. Both get me there a whole lot quicker than the covered wagon like the one below that settlers first used to get way out West.
These photos were taken during a trip last month to Saratoga, Wyoming where some of my favorite places to photograph are at Brush Creek Ranch, Magee Homestead, and The Farm at Brush Creek. The first landscape and the one below were captured at Brush Creek Ranch. The center image of the covered wagon is at Magee Homestead.
Here’s a link to a previous post featuring images from The Farm at Brush Creek..
That is what I tell myself when I come upon a scene of lots of tiny dewdrops and raindrops. “Don’t You Breathe!” The slightest little breeze or bump will cause them to fall to the ground. Sometimes, I’ve even gotten way too close with my camera and bumped them with my lens hood. Ugh!