Saturday morning I checked on the baby blue jay family, but they had all flown away. They are now out there doing whatever "teenager" birds do --- eating and pooping mostly. Anyway, I removed the nest from its spot in the privacy fence and .... added it to my collection of stuff.
https://ceenphotography.com/2018/05/17/flower-of-the-day-may-18-2018-rhododendron/ clematis on my parents' farm. photo by my mother, used with her permission.
These little baby birds have really caught my interest (DUH! LOL). I love seeing how they grow and change in just a day or two. They are feathered out and two of them flew out of the nest! I'm sure they will be out on their own very soon. Feathered out and ready to fly …
.... and check out the photo-bomber!
Home of Ulysses S. Grant - building began on the house in 1816 sign on a historic home in St. Genevieve, MO Native American arrowheads found by my stepfather's family while farming in Indiana The pavilion built by the Pabst family for the Chicago World's Fair 1893 - there are only a few of these structures …
white and red ---- wines from Railway Winery the 20th largest spring in Missouri ---- Roaring River State Park, Cassville, MO a blow-up hot tub --- at the St. Louis RV Show https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/liquid/
a mother/daughter embrace - my sister and her daughter lovin' on my newest kitty Maggie Mae https://secondwindleisure.com/2018/05/13/sunday-stills-embrace/
I have an on-again-off-again relationship with vodka .... it's currently ON again. I don't really want it to be ON again, but I just can't seem to silence that voice in my brain that says .... "hey, girlie, all you had was one lousy martini ... you need to go to Walgreens and get toilet …
Well, this challenge is right in my wheelhouse --- barns and dilapidated buildings! So ... how about a dilapidated barn! https://ceenphotography.com/2018/05/15/cees-fun-foto-challenge-barns-or-any-dilapidated-buildings/
Little White Roostie Beauford, my Toulouse goose ... and yes, I consider peacocks "livestock" ... my folks had 3 (2 males & one peahen) on their farm. They are now peacock-less. https://nadiamerrillphotography.wordpress.com/2018/05/11/a-photo-a-week-challenge-livestock-2/