Thursday, June 22, 2017

Killdeer

I've posted Killdeer photos before, but they are a delightful little bird and when I come
across a cooperative one, I take the photos.


A late lunch, and according to the time stamps on the camera, less than 2 seconds
to scarf it down. Must have been hungry.



Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Phil

Phil - or so the chalkboard named him - one of the balladeers enjoying himself
on stage at the Market on Father's Day Sunday.



Tuesday, June 20, 2017

The Engineer

Of the Paradise Valley Railroad. Rides for the Dad's were free on Father's Day Sunday, 
but with the cool damp weather there wasn't a huge turnout at the Farmer's Market, and by
the time I'd left I hadn't seen many takers.


And yes, we'll keep off the track!


Monday, June 19, 2017

Skippy

To quote that well-know fellow to the south of us, "Sad, so sad!", but I can't get Skippy in Canada anymore!
I stocked up at the time - a few more than you see here - but I've just finished the
last of my favourite peanut butter.
It was a long and happy relationship, but they've left me in the lurch. Sad, so sad.


Sunday, June 18, 2017

Osteospermum

Truthfully, these aren't my favourite bloom, but they were there, and I needed a
shot or two for the blog queue. So here you go.




Saturday, June 17, 2017

Old Friend

This Eagle is getting to be an old friend, we seem to meet regularly on the same
branch of the same tree. And like many an old friend ...

...sometimes you've had enough of each other, and it's time to head to the next tree.


Thursday, June 15, 2017

Street Art

Street art, for lack of a better definition. It's a condoned wall, so I can't call it graffiti, but a Banksy it's not.
In Cranberry, on the Curling Club, a short section of a long covered wall. On the backside, and not
view-able from Cranberry St. Thankfully.