We have a duck that has decided our backyard is the best place for a nest sight. We are waiting patiently for the hatching ceremony (approx 28 days). Oddly a crow has decided to harass it. She lays on her eggs for days at a time while her mate waits bored out of his mind. …
One of the hummers allowed me to get close enough to shoot these.
While eating dinner we kept seeing this Robin running back and forth. It turns out she is making a nest in our Bougainvillea plant. I may have to install a Robin Cam. The following morning I spotted this… I suspect the squirrel is using the eggs to make french omelettes.
The newscasters kept reporting the coast was not the place to be, but I was too lazy to drive. The moon was barely visible, so all I got was a crappy out of focus (shooting through a fence) photo. Later I was able to view it in my backyard without the marine layer.
Today I saw our 1st Duckies of the 2022 season.
I was told there are turtles in our lagoon, I always thought, “Yeah I’ll believe it when I see it.” I guess I believe it now.
Got a second shot at shooting Jenna at Stanford. I took 800 photos and whittled em down to 77. I’ll post the rest on a google photo album.
I spent too much time photographing this night heron hunting down a tiny fish. In the end it was so small, it hardly seemed like it was worth it. That would be similar to me spending half and hour to cook one piece of bacon.
Lately the hummers (3 I think) have been consuming their liquid diet just as fast as we can fill it. In those moments when we are “too slow” to meet their demands they can be seen going to natural means. I just happened to be at the right place when this occurred and this whole …
Jenna & Pearl were in town for a field hockey tournament. So we had them over for lunch yesterday, which I regret as Pearl drank all my Philippine rum. It was one of rare occasions where we get to see Patty & Tom as well. We’ve never seen/photographed a live field hockey game. So this …