Friday, March 30, 2018

Prowling around the Household.

Hello everybody, hope you doing great on this day. I'm late again but here's a photography blog post for this week and it's about a little new family member. So I hope you will enjoy this weeks adorable blog post! 

Well here’s the new little guy in our family, Woolly the big fuzzy kitty. Now it actually has been almost five to six years since we’ve had a cat friend in our lives and I have really missed that feeling of having one around, especially ever since one special cat in my life passed on a long time ago.  
So anyway it was discussed through the family and after thinking over for a while now on how it could work out having in our house now. We decided to adopt a kitten from the shelter two weeks ago and he's been doing great ever since. Woolly also is doing pretty well with the other furry friends in our lives; he especially is fond with our chihuahua, Alfie as their both around the same size at the moment.
It will take some time, but I think he'll do pretty okay with growing up in our family. He just needs to learn some of the basics of the house and get used to his environment for the most reasons. 
Woolly as well doesn't mind at all of me taking photographs of him, he is quite content with the camera. But he was mostly asleep in each photograph I took of him, however his sleeping positions were something to take photo's of. Like for instance the one photograph I took up above on this post of him sleeping while sitting was pretty silly.
Lastly I'm glad to see Woolly is doing pretty well for his first two weeks and I hope he grows up right in to our home and family.
Well I hope everyone is having a wonderful evening and day, I'll see you later next week. Also I am sorry for this blog post being on a Saturday I've been busy this week.

Goodbye Everybody!

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Friday, March 23, 2018

The Urban Wildlife.

Hello everyone I hope your doing great today, I'm back with this weeks blog post and it's wildlife photographs this time. However the bird wildlife photographs here are not out in the woods as you usually would see. These are from the time my family and I were waiting at a parking lot; So guess I can class them as urban wildlife photographs.
When we were at this parking space, a whole load of different birds that I often see in city places had turned up near our car. Also luckily no other car was around us, so it gave me a clear chance to get shots of them, like these two couples of Rock Pigeons
While also these female Great-tailed Grackle's were out and about in the parking lot as well. Mostly they had more interested in the water that was flowing in the cracks, since it had rained not to long ago from the day I took these photographs.
So they were looking for all the water that was still laying after the rain storm that came in. Furthermore they did noticed that I was there, so my shots show them looking back at me; but they didn't really care at all that I was there taking photo shots from the car window.
Lastly one of the male Great-tailed Grackle walked across from ahead of our car front nose, he also looked like he was looking around for the other grackles. He was also pretty much doing nothing but calling out for everyone and running around acting like he was the boss.
  Actually while he was calling out to the others, I got a lucky shot of the male grackle with his mouth wide open as he was standing right by our car at the same stance like the photograph above.
 So those were pretty okay photographs for this blog post and it was a good opportunity that I did have my camera bag with me or else I would've missed out on that day. Plus even though this wasn't something I was expecting to find to photograph in that area, It's still a nice change for that day.

Anyway I hope you have a good evening or morning wherever you live and I'll see you later next week. Farewell and goodbye everybody!

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Friday, March 16, 2018

Blooming of the new Spring: part two.

Good morning and good evening everyone, I hope you've been having a great week. So this week is on a Friday as I've got held up with a lot of yard work from the weekend. I was helping by removing all of the dead and dying Bamboo trees out from the backyard since the weather has been warming up slightly. So that work has kept me busy mostly every day starting from last Friday and I only had enough time yesterday to get this blog finished. 
Well anyway I do hope you enjoy today's blog post even if it's on a Friday.
Okay firstly this blog is about the very vast amount of Hot Pink Azalea's that bloomed this year, since after we had all that frost and rain in the past few months. It actually helped our Azalea bush in the backyard to grow quite a lot of flowers this time around.
I wasn't expecting to see so many of them survive for such a longer time either, as for most they only last in a few days before the rain storms destroy them; however they've been doing pretty good for the past two weeks only a couple have dropped off from the bush.
These Azaleas also were really beautiful and lovely this year more than any other year I could remember. They were fully bloomed and in bright color, I truly felt they were in perfect shape.
Lastly someone else thought they were perfect as well. This Harlequin Ladybug was hiding in a closed Azalea, it couldn't hide from me I spotted him/her anyway and took some photographs of the little guy. 
Well I don't want  hope your going to have a wonderful day and Goodbye till next week everyone. Farewell-

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Thursday, March 8, 2018

Blooming of the new Spring: part one.

Hello everybody I'm back from a week hiatus I had taken for myself as I've been feeling burned out lately. Well anyway here's a mix photography blog post for today and it's from the past week or so while I took the break. 
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So actually taking a break for a week, did help as It gave me a chance to find the time too look for something to photograph in my area of field. Well anyway with this first batch of photographs I've got here; are of the Virginia Spring Beauty's flowers that were growing across our front yard. This photograph here also has the butterfly species, Banded Hairstreak on the Virginia Spring Beauty. 
There is also this long-shot of the same flowers near a puddle of water that was laying in the water ditch, since it did rain heavily a few days prior taking these photographs. Which having the puddle there gave this shot a nice look to the background as the sky was reflecting on the water's surface.
Next photographs are from near by the mail box at the end of our drive way; these Henbit Deadnettle's flowers were covering that ground area. However at first researching the name of this flower species was very confusing, because at first I thought they were "Ground Ivy" as they were so similar to each other.  
But those two kinds are both part of the same mint family, their just different kinds of mint flowers that's all. Furthermore the Henbits were really beautiful as they gave the yard a nice purple tone while they were still there.
Moving on to the last two photographs, here is some night-time photo's from the night before the moon sighting called the Full Worm Moon. I didn't at first knew that the first day of March was a special full moon, so I only went out on the 28th of February to see the moon. Mostly because while out with the dogs I noticed how the sky was still bright and the moon was already raised.
So the day before the full moon sighting had been a better opportunity on that night. Also this is the last photograph for today's blog post sadly, but I'm making this weeks a two part blog. That means next week with be some of the extra photographs I had taken in the past two weeks!
Well I hope you enjoyed this weeks blog post today and do hope you all have a wonderful evening everyone, goodbye till next time.

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