This little Baltimore Oriole was enjoying a birdbath in our yard, He was so cute as he splashed away!
There seem to be so many different birds in our yard this time of year, all doing something different.
This guy was just adorable. What do you think?
I love stormy days on the beach and this was a good one at First Encounter Beach, where the Pilgrims first landed on Cape Cod. The rains had stopped but the wind was blowing and there were a few people enjoying the stormy day.
The first photograph is looking out toward Wellfleet and Provincetown. The second photograph is looking back toward Rock Harbor.
Pretty, don’t you think?
These little baby Bluebirds can’t get much cuter! There are several families in our yard, two of which live in our bird houses. These baby Bluebirds spend quite a bit of time at our feeders waiting for mom to feed them. It certainly has been a very busy time of year!
It doesn’t get much cuter, do you think?
Every once in while you drive by Rock Harbor and you have to stop and take a photograph. It is just so pretty!
This was one of those days. What do you think? I love the clouds over the horizon…
The pretty pink and white Morning Glory wildflowers are blooming all over the Cape. I’ve seen quite a few just on the side of the roads or trails.
Most Morning Glory flowers unravel into full bloom in the early morning. By the afternoon, their petals start to curl in for the night.
Have you ever seen a Morning glory? Pretty, don’t you think?
I thought this photograph of Nauset Marsh was so pretty with the bank of clouds all along the shoreline in the distance. This is looking out toward Nauset Beach from Fort Hill.
What do you think?