Pelicans are so amazing they fly with such grace as they glide in for a landing.
Here are a few pictures of some brown Pelicans.
They seem to spend a lot of times floating around in the water in between fishing for their food.
I took these pictures near Galveston and the Pelicans were everywhere.
At our daughter and son in laws house in the pond, there are quite a few bullfrogs.
Jeanelle had told me to try and get close enough to take a picture because they seem to be fairly friendly. I was using my 400mm lens and was able to get this shot.
I call it “Eye of the Frogs” because all you see are the eyes.
Nature is all around us just waiting to be photographed at the perfect moment.
We have always had cardinals in our yard but this year we have a lot.
There are so many juveniles going through so many different stages you have to laugh about it.
The males especially seem to get the worst of it and tend to look so awkward during this stage.
In the pictures, below the males are in the first two pics you can tell their feathers are changing colors so they have two colors of feathers right now.
The females are the last two pictures but all these birds are juveniles.
I saw this little green hummingbird aiming for the flower and I was able to get 3 shots in a row of his action.
It is like Ready, Aim, Fire.
When you shoot towards a bright area such as towards the sun whatever is in front of that will be a silhouette or a shadow as long as it is darker than the background.
There are at least 8 cardinals that hang around our yard and come to eat. In the early morning, I can get silhouettes quite easily because the sun is rising behind them.
You can tell by the shape of the birds and the head that these are cardinals.
Here are some of our crepe myrtles.
We only have one purple one and one red one we have numerous of the pink fushia ones and one white one.
I really do not know how many we have but I think it is around 10 -12 of them. Some are big as a tree because they are much older.
I love crepe myrtle time.
Next door I noticed a little lamb and normally all the lambs are born in the spring.
This mom is a Suffolk sheep and we are pretty sure by its color and markings, the baby is a Dorper sheep. The baby still has it tails all other lambs tails are removed when they are a week old or so. For some reason, the Dorpers keep their tails.
We are guessing this mom is a nanny sheep and she took on this orphan Dorper.
Needless to say, they are quite cute together and she seems quite protective of this little baby.
They were going to walk off when they saw me approaching the fence until they saw the cats following me. They stopped turned around and came back to look at the cats.
The curiosity of sheep is a funny thing sometimes.
I love photographing baby animals and their moms there is just something so sweet about it all.