A Family Affair.
The second-largest North American woodpecker after the ivory-billed (which is so rare it is considered by many to be extinct), the Piliated Woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus) is sometimes referred to as the "logcock." Because of the birds' large size (basically crowlike) the holes that they make can cripple the structural integrity of the trees from which they feed. These birds are not picky, and will dig into coniferous or deciduous trees alike, if they have an inkling that there are beetles (not The Beatles) to be had.
Hello everyone ! And we've landed safely in Bangkok ! Uneventful flight to KL but then from KL lots of delays and we got in closer to midnight. Just woke up so no Bangkok pics yet, but here's a pic of a volcano we flew past. I think we were in Indonesia. Anyone know this volcano ?
Spearfishing. One breath. One shot. 🧜🏻♂
The last supper.....
Autumnal weather upon us. The horse growing his winter coat, apples falling from the trees (well blown off in strong gales ), not being able to walk anywhere without a tin hat because of acorn attacks! Hedgerows being cut and swifts and swallows circling the skies stocking up on tasty bugs to fuel their epic journey south to Africa for the winter..... ripening blackberries and rose hips and fading flowers. Summer is but a distant memory yet again. How fast the seasons march on. How quickly the years pass....
Farewell mr Bumble
Hepinize mutlu akşamlar değerli arkadaşlar 🤗🌹🤗🌹 Yaklaşık 5 bin hektarlık bir alanı kapsayan Matka Kanyonu Treska ve Vardar Nehirleri’nin buluştuğu alanda yer alıyor. 1937 yılında bölgeye inşa edilen baraj ile bugünkü görünümünü alan kanyon aynı zamanda Makedonya’nın en eski yapay gölü olma özelliğini de taşıyor. Kanyonun içerisinde bulunan mağaraların en önemlisi olan Vrelo Mağarası, dünyanın en derin su altı mağaraları listesinde kendine yer bulmuş bir doğa harikası
Mutlu kalın hoscakalin 🌍🌍🌍🌍🌍🌍🌍🌎🌎🌎🌎🌎🌎🌎🌎🌎🌎🌎🌎🌎
Some dronepics and more from this summer.. Decided to #lofithis
a little bit aswell, really like the feel of old movies with some dust and grain to it! Also did some lofi beats to make it complete of course.. Enjoy!
Lovely tree, Christchurch Botanic Gardens, New Zealand
Christchurch Botanic Gardens, located in the central city of Christchurch, were founded in 1863 when an English oak was planted to commemorate the solemnisation of the marriage of Prince Albert & Priness Alexandra of Denmark
This lovely tree in its full Fall splendour provided us complete shade from the hot sun as well as many shots of it from various angles. It also feels cool to sit underneath it
From the apple tree, Cromwell, New Zealand
Leaves blazing in the sun
Apricot Orchard, Cromwell, New Zealand
Cromwell is a town in Central Otago in the Otago region of NZ
Cromwell has a reputation known as the 'fruit bowl of New Zealand' & when you enter its town centre you'll be greeted with hard to miss giant fruit sculptures
The trees in their Fall splendour
Gorgeous, fragrant wisteria. Spring is here!!
Crecer, si!! Pero en lo más alto de la montaña, y ser el único en lograrlo!! Vaya!! Eso tiene más mérito.
Place: Guatavita - Colombia 🇨🇴.
Enjoy the view and don’t mind the sound of a chainsaw. The neighbour, Leatherface, is working on his latest human sculpture 😈 #nofilter
Trust in the Lord with all your heart, lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him and he will direct your paths. (Proverbs 3:5-6)
"There is no better than adversity. Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains it's own seed, it's own lesson on how to improve your performance the next time"
Butterflies in the flower garden
I spotted a monarch butterfly that was just born/emerged.
Zwitserland, wat een prachtig land is dat 🏔🌿💚
Net terug van een fantastische vakantie waar we veel gezien en gedaan hebben, prachtig weer gehad☀️
Zwitserland 🇨🇭met de mooie meren, watervallen, bergpassen om bang van te worden 😳zo hoog met vreselijke haarspeldbochten 🤪
hoge bergen met prachtige uitzichten🏔
Ik vond het ge wel dig 🤩🤩🤩
Ik wil nog een keeeeeerrrrr😍
The Mute Swan (Cygnus olor) is not actually mute, but it is much more quiet than other swans. These magestic birds are not endemic to North America, but were imported from Europe in the 1800s and 1900s, when zoos and large estates brought them in for their beauty. Escapees have since populated areas of the pacific northwest and great lakes region, and they are today among the largest of waterfowl living on our...water. Their size comes with a large appetite, and these birds--which feast predominantly on vegetation--will devour upwards of 8 pounds of plants a day. Sometimes, when feeling particularly crafty (or lazy?), they will stretch their wings to catch the wind and sail across waterways to give their paddling legs a rest!