Sunday, June 01, 2014

End of May

Unlike this time last year when devastating tornadoes were wreaking havoc and loss all the way from the southern plains through Illinois, our final day of May was exceptionally tranquil. Conditions were perfect for a morning walk that netted a few scores including a female snapper at close range through the wide angle as well as pencil eraser sized juvenile chorus frog. The thirteen lined ground squirrel is a photo first for they are extremely skittish. You would be too if you were the favored meal for a hawk!

1 comment:

Suz said...

wow what a walk
love the photos