A Different Mood

Light creates different moods and brings to our attention beauty in design, shape, and form not noticed before. Such was the case walking along the Scioto River a few days ago.

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Tree roots along the Scioto River

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Other things were also noticed. Some, like the Golden Crowned Kinglets and Brown Creepers, eluded the camera’s lens.

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Mallards swimming.

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These folks quickly swam away as I approach indicating that they are not part of the year round resident population accustomed to being feed.

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Mallards on ice.

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Mallards kind of walking, sliding, and skating. A video would have done it more justice. (Donna)

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Overhead a Tufted Titmouse looks out from a decaying tree.

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How about getting just a little closer? (Donna)

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Colors and patterns not seen in the warmer months.

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Tree bark, (Donna)

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There’s never a shortage  of robins and downy woodpeckers always cheer up the landscape this time of year.

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A Robin perches contently, (Donna).

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Downy Woodpecker (F), (Donna).

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Recent warm weather has some plants confused. Wonder what these little guys are doing today. The temperature as I write this is 9 F.

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New growth, (Donna)

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It has gotten much colder but still not much snow. We look forward to changes that will again draw our attention to beauty not noticed before.

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Thanks for stopping by.

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Molly Cat.

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