Saturday, December 6, 2008

Silent Sunday











11 comments:

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Love that top pic!
And your guineas are incredible looking - that bottom picture is priceless. :-)

Lodahl Art Glass said...

Tammy, I still say Guineas are the ugliest birds I know!!! But they are fun. Miss the one we had. She was a good watch dog..

goatgirl said...

My those guineas are beautiful:)

Ruth said...

The flight of birds, that silence, is such a beauty.

Wrensong Farm said...

Ruth, I wasn't sure until I "bigified" the pic whether they were snow geese or trumpeters.....definitely trumpeters! The lighting was so beautiful that morning I just stood in awe watching them fly. I don't think the camera did them justice.

Eve said...

I feel like I shouldn't say anything!! But I have to say I love all the pictures. I have almost the same one with the swans flying by my house a few years ago. And of course I love thoes little guinea kids!!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Great critter pics. I hope you'll add more about what that animal rescue van is about. What a cool vehicle!

We just got home from visiting Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Preserve in San Antonio, New Mexico. We enjoyed watching thousands of snow geese and Sandhill Cranes flying through the skies, as well as bald eagles, hawks, and many kind of ducks.

So your pictures of flying birds makes me smile BIG!

Thanks for sharing your pics.

~Lisa
New Mexico

Karen B. said...

Really lovely photos, thanks for the treat!

Amy - "Twelve Acres" said...

I MUST start participating in this "Silent Sunday" thing. Oftentimes the pictures say it all...no words necessary. Love the Guinea photos. My but they have big eyes!

I need orange said...

Nice shots!!

Those guineas -- so prehistoric-looking, I think. Not hard to imagine that birds came from dinos, when you look at guineas....

Pencil Writer said...

Lovely pictures. And, you live in a very beautiful part of the country.

Love nature pictures and picture taking. We get a lot of geese down in Louisiana this time of year. Even had a Canada Goose come by the in-laws on Christmas day some years ago!