We had some dramatic weather yesterday, which almost always leads to some dramatic sunsets. Like the one tonight...
Our very rare two-headed lamb was spotted in the north paddock this evening as I made my rounds.
It's been a while since our big ol' hoot owl hung out where I could see him. I had to push the limits of my camera's lens, because he's a little shy and won't let me get close at all.
In fact, I barely got the camera to focus on the giant bird before he was going...
Earlier today we were paid a visit by another very large bird - a blue heron - who came to fish in our swollen creek.
Swollen and rushing past. Though it overflowed its bounds, it never got up to the point that I was concerned. The chorus frogs came out to sing, and added to the warm spring sound of the moving water.
I tried to catch this male Cardinal who was sitting on a branch outside my office window.
Arg. Timing is everything.