• You are looking at a group of turkeys walking down the road because it snowed to deep for them. This is from my post, The Day Before Thanksgiving.

    The Day Before Thanksgiving

    The Day Before Thanksgiving we got about 4-6 inches of snow in my area of Central Wisconsin. The local natives had a bit of a difficult time navigating through it. You see the turkey with the light blonde feathers? That’s blonde, she’s been around for a long time. The first time I saw her, she was pecking at the ground around my bird feeder when she was a little one. She’s always had a special place in my heart, because there aren’t any like her around. Blonde seem’s to keep everyone in line, once in a while she enforces the pecking order. When the winter snow begins, I  keep a…

  • You are looking at the Full Beaver Moon of November 2019. It was an interesting sky this evening. One one side of the moon it was snowing, while the other side was clear. It created a halo around it in a bright orange.

    The Full Beaver Moon of 11-11-2019

    The Full Beaver Moon of 11-11-2019 was an interesting one. On one side of the full moon it was snowing, while on the other side the sky was clear. This created and interesting haze and orange glow around the moon. The moon rose in the East on 11-11-2019 around 4:33 pm. When it peaked over the horizon it had to climb above a thick layer of clouds before I could see it. Once it was high enough, it was visible along these towers. This is one of my favorite shots. photographing the moon climbing it’s way up to the top of the towers. If you’re interested in knowing more about…

  • You are looking at a black and white photo I took of my Crow clan. They love coming to visit everyday and hang around the bird feeder. They are one of my favorite birds and fun to photograph. This is from my post, Happy Halloween.

    Happy Spooktacular Halloween To You All

    Happy Spooktacular Halloween to you all! May your Trick or Treating be fun and filled with lots of ghosts and goblins. I wanted to share, with all you ghouls, some of my favorite spooky photos I’ve taken over the years. When everything is photographed in black and white it really does give you the chills, for Halloween night. Crows and Spider Webs Crows along with spider webs are perfect for Halloween decor. Just be careful where you’re walking, you may just get a creepy crawly on your face. When you go out trick or treating, do you like to go to the spookiest house on the block? Beware, you just…

  • You are looking at the Hunter full moon. With a line if clouds going across the center. It created, what looks a face. I can clearly see the two eyes, nose and mouth. This is from my post, October Hunter Full Moon.

    October Hunter’s Full Moon

    The October Hunter’s Full Moon was a beautiful one. It was big, bright and orange, a perfect Halloween pumpkin moon. If you look closely, can you see a face? I’m not going to give it away, see if you can find the “Man on The Moon”.   It seems as if he’s watching us all. As that old man rises, the clouds thicken and covers his face. He’s also getting lighter in color, he’s beginning to loose his orange face. Has anyone else noticed on the right side of the “Man on the Moon”, that the Star Trek emblem is up there? October Hunter’s Full Moon Facts When I took…

  • You are looking at a Goldenrod - rod Crab Spider resting on the top of a lavender flower. This spider is white with pink strips. This is from my post Fall Macro Bugs.

    Autumn Bug Photography

    Autumn Bug Photography is just as fun as any other season. I find when Autumn arrives we begin to see different types of bugs. Spiders start to get a little scarce except for the Crab and Daddy Long Leg spiders, with a few jumping spiders here and there. I haven’t been seeing many spiders as in years past. In fact all our bug population is rather down, except for the disease carrying types. Such as the ticks, mosquitoes etc, they seem to be thriving. One word of caution, if you travel into Wisconsin. Since we do have lots of water and wetlands. It’s important to wear a tick and mosquito…