I took this at the Jefferson County Farmer’s Market in Port Townsend this Saturday with my phone. A gorgeous day and a live band. Who was playing? A band with Crow in the name….
I am submitting this to Mundane Monday #119.
Boa Cat is not really black…when the sun hits her fur she has auburn tones. But, ok, don’t mess with her, because most of the time she looks like a black cat. This is just light reflecting from the flash, right?
We’d just like any special powers to stay dormant…
I took this in 2014. Even the photograph makes me long to fly, flocks flying and calling always do. My heart tries to leap towards them, longing.
A migrating flock is a door into longing for me.
Taken in the boatyard this week, I am submitting this to photrablogger’s Mundane Monday #118.
For the Daily Prompt: moxie.
More happy bees. I am so brave to get so close to photograph them! Moxie me!
I took a walk last night. This patch of lavender was 5 by 5 feet and the bees were so very happy about it….
Two days ago we came across this song sparrow on the sidewalk below a windowed walkway. Stunned, we thought. Not dead. I poured a little water on the sidewalk just in front of the bird and left it alone. It moved its’ head a tiny bit.
Part two here: https://drkottaway.com/2017/07/14/flown/
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