Monday, February 15, 2016

The Boring Part of the Year

When the snow melts...a month earlier than it should...the landscape in the valley areas is really drab! There is a lot of tan and brown.  This image is one I photographed on a drive through a wildlife refuge 25 miles from home.  The wildlife that hang out here tend to be the large bird type:  we saw two pairs of geese on the ground and two bald eagles high in trees too far away for even the long lens.  I need a change of scenery!


Dayle ~ A Collection of Days said...

It's warm in Southeast Texas ... at least for this week. Come on down!

Laura~Pretty Pix said...

I love your tangled reflections. Your eye sought and found beauty.

Lisa Gordon said...

Oh, I do know the tan and gray and brown this year. Way too little snow, and way too much drab. No lack of cold though. :-(

I really love this photo, Evelyn. I think that pretty blue is a wonderful compliment to the browns and golds.