I spotted this roadrunner taking a bath in a puddle. I started photographing him. He jumped out of the puddle he was using as a bathtub and up onto this rock. Don’t know for sure but he seemed to be posing. Once he was done he jumped up into the tree. Wile E. Coyote was no where to be seen.
I find these blue tailed lizards in my pool all the time. They are scared of us and desperately try to get out of the pool when we get in but they can’t. I don’t want to handle them because if they get scared enough they make their tail fall off. So, I take a fly swatter and put it under them and as they step on it I move it up out of the pool. They run off into the jungle and live happily ever after.
These two house finches were hanging out in my backyard for quite sometime. I see them back there, in the jungle, all the time. They jump from area to area finding good things to eat. They are also pretty good at chasing off the competition.
The Gentle Barn was driving through Albuquerque today moving their cuddle turkey, Adeline to their Tennessee location. They stopped at a restaurant nearby, Thai Vegan (which has really good food), and I got to pet a turkey.
I have been following The Gentle Barn for a few years on Facebook and it was so awesome to get to meet Ellie and crew.
Jeffrey out for a ride in the truck at sunset.
Part of the City of Albuquerque Public Arts Program since 1995 and the artist is Reynaldo Rivera. Located in the Bear Canyon Arroyo,
Part of the City of Albuquerque Public Arts Program since 2011 and the artist is Michele VandenHeuvel. Located at the Eastside Animal Welfare Center
The color of his feathers in the sun were beautiful.
I went to visit someone in the hospital tonight and there were these cute little drawings on almost all of the doors to the rooms. This adorable frog was on the door of the person I was visiting.
I had a really had time trying to decide which photo was my favorite of 2015. This hummingbird shot won out by a very slight margin and the reason I chose it it because hummingbirds are so hard to capture. They flit around so fast.