Tag: winter

Cold and Stark

Walk along the frozen river. Where quiet set in like the fog. Nothing but the wind whistling through the trees. Perhaps a bridge will lead us into the spring. With the promise of gentle breezes and soft blossoms. Beyond the bridge, hope dissipates as the frozen river travels […]

It’s Cold Out There

Freezing temperatures for quite some time have frozen over the Magothy River. The ice can be seen heading out towards the Chesapeake Bay. But a small patch of water remained, where many ducks, geese and swans found refuge. I had brought some corn to share with my feathered […]

Foxy Fox Sparrow

Awakening to a snow filled landscape and bitter temperatures, one would think the birds would be hunkered down. To keep us guessing though, the birds were overly busy at the feeders moving to keep warm. Finally well on the road of recovery from my surgery in January, a […]

Duck, Duck, Dive!

Woo Hoo ! Finally got out for the first day after my surgery just a week ago. Amazing that I was able to get out so soon after some major excavation done. So I went searching for ducks. See, the local birding community keep sharing these awesome photos […]

A Change in Scenery

One great way to break the monotony is to wake up to a snow filled landscape. It’s been the first snowfall for our area, and I’ve been anxiously awaiting. See, I wanted to follow my fox’s footprints to find his lair. But wouldn’t you know, all the footprints […]

Merry Christmas Eve

Remy Martin had to nose in this morning to wish you a very Merry Christmas Eve. Seems she’s hoping for a white Christmas, although this is from last season. She has some philosophies in life and wanted to share them with you this holiday season: REMYISMS Always protect […]

Within the Fog

Into the foggy mist on a wintery afternoon. The hustle and bustle of the holidays seemingly silenced by the calm and peaceful fog. It is in this time that clarity can be found. If one looks close enough, even the smallest drops seem to be alive. Finding a […]