The color of his feathers in the sun were beautiful.
I love reflection shots, especially the ones where the reflection looks almost identical to the real thing.
As I was taking photos of this turtle, a red eared slider, he suddenly got camera shy and slid into the water. He was the only turtle I saw at Tingley Beach.
When I was at Tingley Beach the other day these three adult geese where herding these four goslings around. It was fun to watch how protective they were of the babies.
The one with the babies was paying attention to the babies and the other two were acting as the lookout.
I was stumped on this Upside Down theme. I thought about it … let it stew …. and I had nothing … until today when I was at Tingley Beach and saw this amazing reflection of a tree.
I wonder if this statue was a real person how big this fish would have become each time the story was told.
Located at Tingley Beach.
A family having fun on the Pedal Boats at Tingley Beach. Everyone who rides these boats seems to be having a really good time.
Really, could they be any cuter? Spotted at Tingley Beach; They sat there very patiently as their people fished. There is no way that my dogs would have ever been that well behaved.
I’m not sure what this is supposed to be a sculpture of but I think its geese. The trees are painted blue as part of an International Art Event.
I like this man made water feature. Not so much for it’s aesthetic addition to Tingley Beach but for the auditory addition. I like to hear the water as I am watching the ducks and geese playing in the water. The kids seem to want to climb it and occasionally fall into the small pool that it crashes into.