Sunday, April 19, 2009

Birds and Blooms at Ships Landing

I love this shot of my Bleeding Heart. Of course, it wasn't obvious until I uploaded from the camera that it was going to be one of my favorite bloom shots. Isn't he a sweetie? He was gathering food for his new 'babies'; he and Momma worked so hard all day, constantly back and forth, from the yard to the bird house. They are wonderful parents. Easter Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cottontail came for a visit. (I just wish my Coralbells weren't one of their favorite dining experiences.) My first Luna Moth of the year. My friend, Flannie, came to visit and brought me this lovely bouquet. Aren't they gorgeous?? White Lilac, Azalea, Redbud, Dogwood, Daffodil, and Hemlock. She's such a sweetie. :) My hummingbirds made their first appearance on Easter Sunday afternoon. I was delighted to have them back. :)

5 comments:

Tabor said...

You have some lovely things happening at you house. Our bluebird left 5 eggs, but may have abandoned the nest as she is hanging out in the woods.

Carol said...

I want to live where you do...you have the best birds and flowers. Just beautiful!

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Lovely shots, your arrangement is gorgeous, too. We saw the hummers again this year on Thursday. Have a wonderful week!

Nan and =^..^= said...

I just discovered you and love your photos..how wonderful to see the bluebird and luna moth, so beautiful. I've only seen a luna moth once many years ago!
I'm over at Furry and Feathered Friends and Shells and Roses.
Nan and =^..^=

meggie said...

That moth is so stunning. I loved seeing the birds, & knowing new life springs every year.
Hugs, my dear friendXX