Branching Out

Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn among the stars. We had a clear morning.

The two older owlets are branching out.

Neil Diamond and the Iris

50 thoughts on “Branching Out

  1. so many beauties.. so cute..So much excitement and freedom heading their way, I still don’t want them to go.. My kids wish they were the owls with a hawk as a mom Tim. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    • I saw Dawn’s post about the inclusion in the book of poems in the reader, but I did not see yours. I just liked it on you site, but WP will not allow me to comment directly on your blog and I don’t have the post in my reader, but it still shows I’m following you. WP is being weird again.

      • Oh Tim, thanks so much for checking in and letting me know. Thank you so much, i really appreciate that. That’s so weird you can’t comment on my blog but you are now and so odd. I’ve spent countless hours online and email but can’t seem to get resolution. There you have it.. weird again. I’m afraid to post again for fear of what could happen and won’t tomorrow for sure.. THANKS TONS!!! πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ™πŸ™

      • It’s not just your blog I can’t comment on directly on the site. It’s many blogs. I can see the comment box, but when I click on it nothing happens. It’s weird.

  2. Owlets look like they’re ready for lift off… at least thy seem to be having a conversation about it! Gorgeous blooms and Moon …sorry planets, you too!

  3. A rose named Neil Diamond? That is great! The photos are beautiful, Tim.

    We had a mostly clear night and morning today, but it is clouding up fast. 37 degrees at dawn.

    • And it looks very much like Scentimental. The temp was 39 when I left for work. Thanks, Lavinia.

    • The little one is a laggard and they have wonderful facial expressions. Thanks, JYP.

  4. The owlets are so cute and fuzzy.
    ……. and you have Iris! They are the most elegant flowers.
    Neil is one phenomenal rose.
    Thank you, Tim!

    • She will get left behind, but she will probably love having the nest to herself. Thanks, Brian.

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