Number 999 post
1000 post entries~
The entries began with only one image per post and then slowly transformed to have many more.
Then about 2 years ago, I began doing mosaics as well, a nice way to sneak in more images, that I just could not decide on otherwise.
Some of my earlier posts, were deleted, just because, and so I do not know if Google blogger still counts them, or not, but it is kind of fun to see that big number every time a post is published ;)
On Sunday mornings, on my way into church, I stop most often at a local cemetery and drive to the rear and watch the sun come up.
The sunrise above was taken there 2 weeks ago.
Remember to double click on the image, to view a larger slide show of the images shared ~
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Wild Bird Wednesday
American Black Vultures...
while some would think...not so attractive,
I happen to really like them a lot.
I love this old barn~
One day not too long ago, I spotted a young American Black Vulture stretching it's wings, practicing all kinds of bends and moves.
It was a juvie and still had a bit of fluffy down remaining on it's rich dark feathers.
I quite enjoyed taking these shares~
Just a pretty scene to insert here along the scenic route from Oldham into Jefferson County in KY, USA~
The Turkey Vulture above was posturing and making quite a display, and yet a whole crew of American Black Vultures had arrived as well, and they are much more aggressive and so this lone Turkey Vulture had to wait a long time, or may have even given up before it's turn ever came~
Many of you have seen me speak of my favorite drive...
Covered Bridge Road.
Many years ago, a book was written and then a made for TV movie was done as well, about what happened at this beautiful estate that resides on Covered Bridge Road.
It is a tragic story...
One of murder, intrigue and it took a very long time for the crime to be solved.
The book and movie title is "Bitter Blood"
I know many of the characters in the story from real life, and it still haunts me, when we drive past this lovely home.
Some of my birding images have been taken right here, just beyond the Icelandic Horse Farm~
These American Black Vultures were quite the sight...with wings spread, taking in the warmth of the sun, as well as drying off the bad bacteria that are picked up, as they eat their claim of road kill~