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You know the summer is starting to wind down when you see Rufus hummingbirds at your feeder.
I captured a series of shots of the Blue Heron that I sent out last night and this shot is the next in the series, taken approximately .14 seconds after the shot from last night … you can see where he has lifted off with the mighty force of the push from the legs and the forward and downward beat of the wings.
End of day on the Colorado Plateau on January 8th , 2017 … I took this shot on a very high wind day about 20 minutes before sunset and the conditions were phenomenal by anyone’s standards.
Mammatus clouds, named for their similarity to the female anatomy, are generally a sign of unsettled weather.
One thing the monsoon does for us is bring us clouds; glorious, rain-swollen clouds.
When all else fails, do something different and this is the seventh photo I pulled up tonight.
Alfredo and Ava Gutierrez operated a Mexican restaurant on 89A at 12th Street.
Our Monsoon season opened with a storm so powerful that it sent a flash flood right through my property.
It's official. I'm not selling the farm. What makes my decision official? I bought piglets.
I saw a bobcat whilst out with One this evening and it reminded me of a shot I took in 2015 of a young bobcat in someone’s yard high up on Merry Go Round Rock Road while heading into town.