Racing Clouds and Whipping Wind—Monday, February 11, 2019

It acted like it wanted to snow last night late, well, actually early this morning

But nothing is really sticking although the snow is coming in sideways and the wind is sharp

But yesterday was beautiful…warm and lovely and just delightful

So I hung out at the feeders

Trying to get a good photo of the Red-winged blackbirds in flight

They are actually rather hard to get a good photo of…

So I tried to get some photos of the other birds

(They wanted in the blog also 🙂  )

And then, of course, I had to get some of these magnificent birds

Then as the sun was setting

and the sky turned colors I got the Sandhill Cranes as they were circling to come in for the night!

From my world to your heart,

Linda

21 thoughts on “Racing Clouds and Whipping Wind—Monday, February 11, 2019

  1. Oh, brrrr, it looks cold!! We had bitter cold day on Saturday, but yesterday was much better. Now today, we are to get howling winds! Coming in as we speak, with gusts to 60 mph!! At least it is a bit warmer.

    All your birds are so much fun to see. We have only finches besides the doves and sparrows, right now. Have brought my feeder in so it doesn’t blow away.

    Have a great Monday….blessings!

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  2. I am just processing pictures like your first one here. It was raining so hard and blowing to knock down trees and put out the electricity. It was very dark when I got into town this morning. I will post my picture on Six on Saturday. It is not as cool as yours, but I find it amusing because it is here, where weather is so mild.

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