We have rain on the way and this morning started with a bang. Rain is coming and the animals and birds have to eat.
I will show you a variety of photos here today and now later on, the clouds have taken on some interesting formations, as they dance in the winds.
A day of rest and peace that we wish upon each person and your families that read this post.
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This was at the start of the morning, as a Sparrow Hawk landed here.
And of course the small birds scattered all over the place.
Fleeing for their lives, but thankfully a crow (1st photo) came in to chase the hawk away.
We had one of those weird and beautiful sun rise days.
Sally, our local Egyptian goose in the previous photo had warmed up and she took off.
Sally landed on another roof and she formed a nice background for the two Cape Sparrows here.
This is our day thus far and I am hoping that it will clear up a little bit, as then the sparrow hawk will return so I can get him in flight.
The sparrow hawks fly very low at roof height on full speed and it is difficult to get them on camera, but not as difficult compared to getting a dragonfy in flight.
In fact, I got two mating Damselflies in flight yesterday.
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And That's all Friends.
Note: All photos are my own and taken with a Canon Powershot SX60HS Bridge camera.
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