Posted for Debbie Smyth’s (Travel With Intent) One Word Sunday: Light.
All Images: ©Hannah Keene
Posted also for Debbie Smyth’s Travel With Intent: Six Word Saturday.
Posted for Maria’s citysonnet: photo a day, November 7, 2019: Isolated.
Also posted for Cee’s Flower of the Day (FOTD) challenge – Iris.
When you first look at a pelican, no matter how many you have seen, the first thing that you notice is their weird, uncanny beak. But equally impressive are their huge, powerful wings. (See the second photo above.) An adult American White Pelican weighs 14 lbs, but has a wing span of 9 Feet. They are one of the largest North American birds.
Posted for Granny Shot It’s Photo Challenge Bird of the Day (BOTD) and Water Water Everywhere (WWE).
Here in the Bay Area of Northern California, June and July tend to be our foggiest months. The fog finally lifts in early August, and September and October are often our hottest months. There’s obviously variation in this, but it works as a general rule. But during this past August, the fog and gloom seemed like it would never lift. Finally, by mid August it was “Spring.” Thus I was able to capture this new bud of a Princess Flower on August 17th.
Posted for Sunshine’s Macro Monday.