Animals / Birds / Bosque / Clouds / Cottonwoods / cows / Great Horned owls / Rio Grande / Sandias / Trees Copter & Crows January 19, 2021 Timothy Price37 Comments Helicopter flying among the crows. The snow that was forecast for today ended up only cloud cover with a lot of cold wind. Sandias after sunset. Daddy Owl after dark. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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That is an interesting image of the helicopters and crows! The Sandias and river are always a treat, and Daddy Owl looks like he is keeping good vigil. You have a wonderful assortment of wildlife there in the bosque.
Ah, your beautiful everchanging Sandias…
Daddy Owl looks like he’s boasting about having the perfect view! 😉
He does have a good view. Thanks, Marina.
What a great capture, that first picture 🙂
The copter and crows is an excellent image:)
You snow picture made me laugh, Tim, and the crows and helicopter incredible capture. Thank you!
Crows & copter…”One of these things is not like the others. One of these things just doesn’t belong…” – Mr. Rogers 🙂
Good old Mr. Rogers. Thanks, Mary Jo.
What a diversified day, Timothy! You really live within pure nature:)
Lovely! I look forward to seeing the Sandias all covered with snow!
Hi Tiffany. It snowed a little today, but nothing stuck. This post from 2014 shows a lot of snow on the Sandias: https://wp.me/p1yQyy-2gJ
We were supposed to receive snow on Tuesday also. A gray morning, a sunny afternoon.
It’s snowing down here today. Thanks, David.
We’re having a sunny, but chilly day.
It cleared and is now cold.
Glad not to miss the photo. Had no internet access most of the day, so catching up.
Hi Shey. Happy you got reconnected. Life sucks without an Internet connection.
Well the littler grandie broke the connector. She is the dainties and lovelies wee lassie but she is a wrecking ball. The plastic pages of the electronic toddler’s book??? All pulled out, you name it. She can lob a cup with spot on accuracy across a whole room. And she prob just brushed past it and it was all bent. Well.. you wanna try getting something like that at the mo here. We ordered another one from Amazon and then I went through the computer stuff drawer and found this ancient one from like 2000 AND the rom… yes it has a rom and it actually works. It works better than what we had cos it is so old it only tries to connect to the two nearest networks, us and down stairs instead of half of Broughty Ferry.
It’s nice when you can be saved by the dinosaurs found in a infinite drawer of doom. Since you don’t have cats, you have a wee lassie wrecking ball to visit and make up for you lack of kitties.
Oh we also have a riot of a grandson but he’s six so he at least knows not to chuck everything about the place.
One good consequence of age. Although there seems to be a lot of people who never stop chucking everything about the place.
When they are both together mind you…it’s carnage.
I can imagine.
Those Sandias are an ever producing venue of beauty.
Great capture, Tim!
I was mentioning to Marina it’s like Cézanne painting the Mont Sainte-Victoire with its ever changing light, colors and atmosphere. Thanks, Resa.
Wow…..birds and tech…..😅😎🤭
Great timing and capture Tim
Most welcome Tim
You sure do live in a beautiful place Tim. That first shot is amazing ..