Monday, July 22, 2019

Monday Window

Windows by the Road

Seen in Athens, Georgia

Windows by the road

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Monday Window – 56

Drive-by Windows

Another window from – can you guess? – Nashville, Tennessee. No, not a drive-by window of the normal sort. We were just driving by and I snapped this one through an open car window.

This is a contributions to my Monday Window challenge.

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© 2017 Ludwig Keck

Monday Window – 55

Restaurant Windows

Windows seen in Nashville, Tennessee at the El Ray Mexican Restaurant.

This is a contributions to my Monday Window challenge.

I want to give a shout-out to my fellow Monday Window bloggers who have brought wonderful, interesting, surprising, and well-crafted photos to the blogging world in response to my challenge.

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© 2017 Ludwig Keck

Another afternoon at the park

Visit to Pinckneyville Park

There are always things to see at the park. In front, in back, and of to the side.

The heavy pollen from the last week has settled in the pond, the turtle log drifted to the densest part of the scum.

The goslings were hiding, but the adults didn’t mind being photographed. That was not so much the case for the red-winged blackbird. It just wouldn’t sit still. My luck was a little better with the blackberry blossoms.

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© 2017 Ludwig Keck

Goslings

No ifs, ands, — just butts

This family was seen, and photographed, at Pinckneyville Park, Peachtree Corners, Georgia

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© 2017 Ludwig Keck

Afternoon in the Park

An afternoon visit to my favorite park


Not much was happening today at the park, or so it seemed. The robins were wary as always. A bright little yellow blossom proclaimed spring is on the way. The rain earlier in the morning provided a bit of action at the falls.

Out on the pond one Canada goose seemed very attentive. The duck couple was paddling happily across the pond. The sunning log had its small gathering of turtles.  Just an afternoon in the park.

What, just one goose? Where is it’s mate? The answer was right there on the little island. Wait, there is also a duck. One of the ducks was now on the island, the other hiding along the shore nearby.  The island seems a little barren and offers little to hide the incubating birds. But that will change before we will be introduced to the goslings and ducklings in about a month.

I tried to get a little closer to the “nest island”. The mate of the goose positioned itself between me and the nest site. In the last photo here the goose seems to be saying, “That’s close enough, big eye!”

 

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© 2017 Ludwig Keck

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