something you are missing
if you spend your time
inside of your cosy little
house, barely peeking
your nose out of your
tightly wound scarf.
But it can be very rewarding
if you choose to leave the
comfort zone of the fire
and venture forth.
Although it’s much harder
to capture animals on camera
in the winter, they are out there. A rare sighting of Cateous sit-ious in window
From the pesky squirrel that continues to steal the black oil sunflowers from underneath the beaks of the flickers, to the pheasants that hang out in our neighbours back yard, they are out there.
Even more rare daylight photo capture of deer in our front yard.
And then we have the deer that are so brave they venture down the street from bird feeder to bird feeder, not minding the barking dogs, or howling coyotes.
Abominable dog-eous snowmanus
We have the ravens returning, the crows defending their territory, the eagles soaring…life in the skies is so busy sometimes it needs it’s own air traffic controllers.
Thought to be winter hideout of snow-dogeous
Local reporter, undercover
It’s worth it to leave your house and venture out with your camera, and see what wonderful treats nature in winter has in store for you.
Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams
I’m linking up with Heather for No Winter Whining. Join in our Pinterest boards, and Face Book page also.