We have had plenty of rain in recent weeks. My neighbor who has a rain gauge said hers read four inches in just a few days. It has not been constant, so I am fine with having lots of rain water for my garden. I took the photo of the nasturtium (an edible plant with […]
A red male cardinal and a female brown cardinal visited my backyard yesterday, after we had about 5 inches of snowfall the day before. I enjoy the cardinals’ visits – they usually come as a pair. I had filled my bird feeder, and they found it quickly. The day before we had blue jays visiting. […]
January Flowers in Israel – daisies, thistle, thick-leaved vegetation. Locations of photographs include north of Tel Aviv, Hula Valley, Jerusalem and Har Adar, a village on the tallest hill west of Jerusalem.
Gallinule, lapwing, egret, crane, pelican are among birds of Hula Agamon Lake in Northern Galil, Israel.
Cyclamen, anemones, chicory and almond blossoms are all flowers fond in Park Britannia in Israel. From the top of Tel Azeka, one can see for miles.
You might think blue jays blue. Blue jays are black. Light hits feathers; we see blue. See blue jay in Highland Park, NJ photos. Learn a little blue jay physics.