So, my kids had their dance recital last night. It was easier this year because my kids had different classes this time! Anyway, here’s a few pics. Some are a bit softer than other, but considering the circumstances (no flash)…I’m pleased.
Went for a day trip to Calaveras County to the annual “Frog Town – Jumping Frog Jubilee” yesterday. Didn’t take any photos of the frog jumping festivities as that event was later in the weekend, besides the kids were more interested in the rides…
It’s almost May and I haven’t posted anything since March. My computer was out of commission for almost two weeks so I guess that’s a good excuse. I’ve been having fun taking pictures of the various songbirds in the back yard. The Juncos and White-crowned Sparrows have left, but I’m seeing new birds too…so it’s
It’s been a great week for me. I had my 1-year check-up since the doctors fused my left leg (Arthrodesis) at Stanford Hospital. They told me everything was great and unless I just wanted to go back…just to update the family….I’m now free and clear. After nearly 4 years of countless appointments/hospitalizations, I’m done! I’ve
Not sure what kind of Hummingbird this is. 😉 I was sitting down drinking my coffee this morning and I saw this Orange-crowned Warbler trying to use my hummingbird feeder. Lucky for my, my camera was near. I also shot this through the sliding glass window. I didn’t want to risk opening the window and
Took another trip out to the Merced NWR on Wednesday afternoon. The water is receding, but there’s still lots of shorebirds to see.
Who knew?!? I didn’t think it was possible to see Yosemite Valley from the central valley, but I was wrong…first time for everything 😉 ! Thanks to Tony Immoos (and others) I finally got a decent picture of Yosemite Valley (Half Dome, Clouds Rest etc) from Hall Road in Denair California, over 60 miles away.