Oh, how lovely! Cranes have such a mysterious grace about them.
Hey Julie! You saw my comments on your blog. So nice to see you here :)These birds, as you say, are the essence of grace.
Oh, my, my, what lovely photos! What gorgeous birds. How incredibly jealous I am. lol
Awwww . . . thanks TC. But hey! There's not one Canada Goose down here . . . and frankly, there is nothing more stirring than a V of geese winging and calling overhead.I am serious.
Glad you (and the birds) are someplace warm! Thanks for sharing these lovely shots.
Cathy--your photo of snowy egret at sunset--lovely.
Oh my word. Laura. How very good to see you here. How kind to drop in and say hello after all this time and my tardiness from all my friend's blogs.Thank you so much.
Donna . . I am so moved that Laura and now you have dropped by to say hello. It's so very kind. I've been away so long form my blog roll of nice people.Thank you so much.
If the Palmetto grasses can cope up with the stress, it will be healthy and dense and will be able to resist disease. Sometime the disease may spread and it becomes out of any control. However, the disease resistant cultivars can be implemented to avoid future problems.
You haven't lost your gifts, my dear. Wonderful photos!
Aw Laurie. I wish it were real talent . . but it's really point and shoot. I just get lucky and have the good sense to push that button.Thanks, sweetie.
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