1. B is for...Butterflies
I was entertained by two Tiger Swallowtail butterflies cavorting and flitting around the front windowboxes and front door...
So I was quite happy with my B is for Butterflies, until I went to the car show on Father's Day and saw that B was actually for
2. 10 a.m.
Well, is it 10:00, or 4:30 ? Neither, it was 1:20 p.m.
How exciting is this? At a diner, ordering a bowl of soup ~ and I see a shiny spoon... perfect! (ahem)
Walking into an information centre at Miracle Beach National Park, I spied a wall laden with puppets! How fortuitous! "Oh," says I, "May I take a photo of your wall full of puppets?"
Although the sign pleads not to touch the puppets, don't these little frogs look like they are begging for a hug ~ awww...
5. You again ~
Young robins are hopping everywhere, and seem more in abundance now that the cherries are ripening. I was having fun taking pictures of this little one, when suddenly he seemed to be ...
somewhat perturbed ...
In the same neighbourhood as Miracle Beach, I came across an estuary where Black Creek flows into the ocean.
I thought mother and her two young quackers fit the bill here, floating along serenely in a pond surrounded by reeds and grasses... a perfect habitat for the family.
My first soccer ball photo was taken with my phone in a store, and believe it or not, this is the first photo I emailed to myself so I could upload it online... I know!
The second photo of a soccer ball was taken at the beach...in case I couldn't figure out how to download the first photo... I know!!
The third photo of a soccer ball was taken because it was so hard to miss!!!
It was another beautiful day, the tide was out, so I went for a beach walk on the sand ~ I saw this picture perfect pet sitting calmly, patiently waiting for someone to come and play ....
My first photos are of a trestle ... fortunately, not many, if any, trains are running lately. With some trepidation, I trekked along the tracks until I came to ... a drop off ...
However, later, once again at Miracle Beach, behold! A young man in the midst of making a man-made structure ~ Perhaps he was planning on perching on top once the tide came in. I must go back and see how it evolved.
I have two opens! The first was on the same trip to Miracle Beach, when I noticed that some poor soul had left keys in the mailbox and wandered off leaving the box ajar. I just wonder what the story is behind the seemingly preoccupied person. Some shocking mail? A senior moment? A bear scared them off... Who knows? And how long did it take before the keys were recovered? Or were they...
The second 'open' shot was taken of a young robin, slightly older now, with mouth open to be fed... Either that, or it's protesting..."She's back again taking photos of me...."
I was thinking I'd have to make a trip to McLean's Mill. However, as luck would have it, I was attending a little celebratory gathering and as I was getting out of my vehicle, what to my wondering eyes did appear but a 1908
I was delirious!
Here is its special steam sound and whistle done just for me (and you!)
Thanks to greenthumb for hosting this scavenger hunt ~ I enjoy getting out and about searching and finding!
Happy Canada Day on July 1!