I do not believe that I have ever seen Cedar Waxwings in the late Spring, early Summer months and if I have, I do not remember it.
While driving past one of my favorite photography locations...Fox Hollow Farms week before last and I saw some movement in 6 little trees that lined their entrance.
As I pulled up alongside one of the trees and pointed the camera out the passenger seat window, I was made so happy, as I really adore these birds.
The only drawback was rain was in the offing and it was beginning to sprinkle on a very gray day.
I thought, does not matter, give it your best shot, and I did just that.
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My only thriving Azalea bush blossomed for only about 10 days and then the show was over for another full year~
The fragrance and delicious looking Locust tree blossoms were abundant around Kentucky roadways until last week~
An American Robin joins the Cedar Waxwings above, and Peonies blossomed on our Tingsgrove acreage, and beyond~
Our neighbors Sandy and Dave are trying their hand at growing Blueberries.
With all of the White-tailed Deer and Rabbits, I wish them well~
My neighbor Mona across the lane has the lovliest gardens and I try to sneak over to photograph there often.
These Roses are some of my favorites this time of year~
Below are some of my own Knock Out Roses, which are supposed to bloom from Spring until first frost, but watch out, mine never do... something always gets in the way...here is hoping~