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In a couple of my recent post I showed some images of my new tenants like Sir Quenti U. Irrel, Esq (affectionately named by Brian) and Theodore Oliver Alexander Donovan, III.  I now have 2 new tenants and one has already been evicted.  See if you can tell who was quickly evicted?

My mailbox broke some time ago and I still have not fixed it.  A new mailbox was purchased but due to work schedules, life and where it falls on my list of things to do, it hasn’t been replaced yet.  So given this time a little birdie must have been staking it out and decided to make a home for her coming little ones.

When I finally catch her I will post her name, and collect some rent…LOL

Now this squatter has been evicted.  Mr. Wallace Antonio Sebastian Peterson aka Wasp.  I do not like these critters.  They are territorial and inflict pain when they are threatened.  Plus I am allergic to the sting.  He had to go.  I just hope he does not take me to court since I did not give adequate notice.

 

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Art of Observation

To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”
Elliott Erwitt

 

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Quote of the Day

Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving.

What you have caught on film is captured forever…

It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.

Aaron Siskind

 

 

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Mid-day Feast

 

This juvenile bird, I believe it’s a Hawk but not too sure, was feasting on his lunch when I was visiting the Edwin B. Forsythe Wildlife Refuge the other day.  It watched him for a few minutes and he was fascinating to watch.

This image below is of another Hawk that was just resting.

 

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Wordless Wednesday in Black and White

The Elusive Cardinal

There are a few cardinals that come to the bird feeder from time to time for a quick feast.  It seems as if they know I want to photograph them since they fly away as soon as I pull out the camera.  It is very difficult to get a photo that is in focused.

 

 

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A Thief has been Captured

I have been filling up the bird feeder almost everyday.  I thought that Arai was playing with it and causing the seeds to spill out.  He kept saying that he did not do it, but I know that he plays in this tree.

I filled the feeder about an hour before this little thief was captured.  Arai called me to tell me that there is a squirrel and the he is eating he seeds.

 

The thief has been captured!

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Monochrome Monday

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Reflection

Narrow legs on a narrow branch possibly reflection on the next catch of the day.

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Come and Get It – 5/30

This little birdie is ready for the 4th of July BBQ that my mother had.  He is patiently waiting for someone to drop something and then on the move he goes.  He has no fear of us.  If we did not know any better we would have thought he was invited to the BBQ.

Come and Get It

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