I had some personal issues to deal with for a while, so felt quite panicked and absent for a while but taking a moment to post a cheery shot of a Black-capped Chickadee in a “log cabin” feeder.The weather has been crazy with temperatures of minus 30 Celsius but the good news is, by the end of this week, the temperatures should go above freezing to the “plus” side. I look forward to spring being around “one of these” corners.
As I watched the opening of the Olympics on my computer I thought of my fellow bloggers from all the countries as their teams walked in. I felt close to you and thought of you when your country entered and thought of how many of us are watching the games at some point. I was excited about the games despite the lack of human rights in Russia regarding the LGBT peoples. It will be interesting to see how it all goes.I send prayers to all who participate, and watch, that all will be safe.
I thought that I would try for a different view of a horse, so got down as low as I could with my arthritic knees and went for this point of view. I used to ride a lot and though it may take a lot of yoga classes to regain my flexibility , I may get get back on a horse again. It felt good to just be around them.
Aperture priority, 1/50 sec @ f/5.6, ISO 800, 235mm
I joined a friend to shoot some photos at a local stable in the early evening and captured these images of the reflected light on the barn.