I'm going to apologize right up front becasue this is a picture heavy post, so if you don't have time or inclination you can move on and it won't hurt my feelings.
What got me so engrossed with photos is that we got a spring snow Monday. It brought the birds and animals into the feeders.
The squirrels don't need any encouragement but they took full advantage of the situation.
Blue Jays aren't at the feeders every day. They too took advantage of seeds that weren't covered with snow.
The poor robins didn't like the beginnin of the day. The ground, their major source of food was under about 2 inches of snow. Not to worry by the time we returned from the park the ground was thawing and bright green grass was showing.
The Grackles and Doves didn't wait for any such thaw. They tromped the snow for seeds.
House sparrows weren't detered from their spring mating rituals. This Mrs was telling the Mr that she was ready for spring despite the snow.
After we looked over the garden we headed for the park.
It was like driving through a winter wonderland.
Luna and I hopped out of the truck to extend our walk. The view from the road to the Wabash River was picturesque this morning.
We met my DB at the intersection.
Then walked together to the big open space we walk around that constitutes a good portion of the walk. Since there wasn't much worry that there would be any traffic this morning I decided to let Luna run free.
She loves to be allowed to run to her hearts content when it is cold and snowy. Do you see her?
Here, let me zoom in for you.
Aahhhhh yes, nothing like an early morning run in the snow.
Here I am Gize. Thanks for the romp. I feel so good.
I hope you all have blue skies and a good romp this week too. HAW.