The view from last week Now swirling snow; field of white Waiting for blue sky
When you haven’t done something in a while, the first time back feels like an experiment. Will I still remember how to do this? Will I still enjoy it? I missed the entire last season of skiing due to a shoulder injury, but I’m happy to say I don’t think I lost any of myContinue reading “Ski Day! Colorado”
I’m always looking skyward. I love sunrise, sunset, the moon, and shapes in the clouds. This morning, after a thunderstorm just before bed, Dr. Seuss came by and left me this intriguing cloud.
Late afternoon hike views of distant snow capped peaks, ever changing skies
Colorado sky hosting magnificent clouds snow covered divide
The path may be challenging, but the view from the top is worth it.
Azure skies above frosting coated trees shimmer cold morning colors
Watching and waiting high atop a leafless tree looking for breakfast Some facts about the American Kestrel: They live in areas with low vegetation and few trees. They hunt by day. They are the most common falcon in North America. They dine on insects, small rodents, small birds. I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s photo, Haiku,Continue reading “American Kestrel”
Saturday sunshine puffy clouds across blue sky hiking shoes ready