Backyard birdies! © Rita Jacques 2021. Windsor, Ontario.
Time passes differently with a puzzle piece in your hand. It’s true. I lose total track of time while puzzling. That’s what I call it when I work on a puzzle. Every Christmas I receive a puzzle as a present. I must’ve have been a very good person last year because Santa gifted me with… Continue reading The Old General Store
I’ve lived in my home for over twenty years but rarely spotted a cardinal in our yard. Things changed nearly four years ago . . . after Dad passed away. The day after Dad’s death, I could hear the sweet chirping of a bird as I mowed the backyard. It was louder than the noise… Continue reading For You, Dad!
Funny how the tall bean plants in my neighbour’s garden attract just as many birds as my birdfeeder! © Rita Jacques 2020 Windsor, Ontario.
Interesting nests! © Rita Jacques Greenview Aviaries 2019.
After a break in the cold weather, the marina was full of geese, ducks, and swans enjoying the melting ice, searching for fish. Bird lover’s heaven for photographers! © Rita Jacques 2019. Windsor, Ontario.
My first time entering a photo challenge for WordPress. Woo-hoo! Here is my entry for: http://ceenphotography.com/2019/01/27/kammies-oddball-challenge-week-of-january-24-2018/ A cardinal kept tapping at the window of my daughter’s parked car, so she rolled down the window. Then, the cardinal sat a bit, then strutted over to check out who was in the mirror. This hungry cat was… Continue reading Kammie’s Oddball Challenge
I’ve held a love for feathered friends lifelong. Growing up, we had a budgie as Dad was allergic to dogs. It wasn’t uncommon for Dickie Bird (I didn’t name him) to be flying free and playing with us kids. Here’s my brother, Marty, pictured with him, way back in 1959. Birds were part of our… Continue reading Birds of a Feather…
Put your best foot forward! Woo-hoo! 100 Thousand Word Thursdays now published! Wheatley Provincial Park. © Rita Jacques 2018.
Detroit skyline…I never tire of the view. Add a few birds and it’s perfect to me. © Rita Jacques 2017.