For Wordless Wednesday.
For the Daily Prompt: mystery.
I took this in Arlington in 2016. What do those antennae do?
For the Daily Prompt: natty. Those tail stripes! Wow!
I took this at my aunt and uncle’s, in Covington, Virginia. The deer are adapting quite well to their neighborhood even with new and more houses and people.
I didn’t get a photograph, but they also have a metal cage bird feeder on their porch. Various birds visited, but it is the first time I have seen a pileated woodpecker at a birdfeeder, right on the other side of the glass. Looking like a pteradactyl, really.
I took this in Arlington, Virginia, as we walked back to my friend’s house on my recent visit. I have known him for 30 years and it was a delight to visit them. I stopped and quickly snapped this because the trees were so beautiful lit…
This is for photrablogger’s Mundane Monday Challenge #76: a very fuzzy friend met on the day before I left Virginia last week. We were in Arlington, on a hike down one of the runs to the Potomac, with the George Washington Parkway way over our heads and airplanes rising from Reagan National Airport nearby.