Photo by Al Schneider
Ladies TressesLadies Tresses
The wind rushes around our house, and I'm so glad to be inside! It's cold out there!
Allen and I have been looking for sandhill cranes at Harts Basin. The sky has grown a deeper gray, with ragged clouds spreading over the West Elks.
Photo © Al Schneider, www.swcoloradowildflowers.com
Fall colors among the cottonwoods.Cory Grade Gold
Our neighbor's flag droops upon its pole. The roadside grasses are unmoving.
Something just whizzed by the house! It was a bird, but went by so quickly that I barely got a look.
Photo courtesy Cornell Lab of Ornithology American White PelicanPelican
Rain, rain. When will it stop?
Photo from International Crane FoundationSteamboat Springs Crane Festival
The very air vibrates with the applause for this young photographer, Michael Forsberg.
C.C. Shock, Oregon State University, with MarshelderSneeze
I'm so tired of sneezing! Even before I put the soiled tissue in the trash, I'm reaching for a fresh one!
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