Here is a not so cooperative Tufted Titmouse. I guess he was shy and didn't want his picture taken.
The chickadee was a much better subject although he looked a little annoyed.
This is one of my caster bean plants. It is about 6 ft tall but it should be around 10 ft by now.
All this rain that we have had has brought out the mushrooms. I sure wish they were edible. Who knows they might be but I doubt it.
I still have my little fish fountain and it is almost completely surrounded by purple Mexican petunias.
Mrs. Cardinal looks like she is posing for the picture. Just like a woman. And just like a man, Mr. Cardinal continues to eat. Nothing gets between a man and his food.
Now this one has his wife trained properly. She is keeping a lookout while he eats. No chance of that happening in my house.
Well I hope you enjoyed the photo's. This Saturday is the grape stomp at Irvin House Vineyards and I will take as many photo's as I can. I may be a little busy though because yours truly is going to be the head hotdog chef for the event. In addition to the regular hotdogs, beef hotdogs and sausage dogs, I will be making my specialty which is the world famous Blackened Hotdog. For those that like your hotdogs well done, I will be putting some on the grill around 10 am so they should be nice and black by 1:00 when the event starts. If anyone is in the area and thinking about attending, in addition to Chef Greg's world famous hotdogs, there will be BBQ, Bluegrass and lots of wine. I will also have sodas for the little ones. Hope to see you there.
Have a wonderful day,