Turtle Snaps's PhotoBlog

I shared pictures of Mama Cat’s kittens earlier this year, but I’ve never been able to get a picture of her even though we see her around every now and then.…

Here we are mid February and all the leaves and blossoms are just waiting to burst forth. I have to laugh any time I see a robin now. In the last two weeks…

There's a little red barn I pass on one of the roads by our house, which also leads to a park I visit often. Every now and then I'll see horses grazing in the…

The weather is still rainy and life is far too busy lately, so I'm not likely to have any outside time for new birds this week. Fortunately, I have a backlog of…

Who says winter lacks color? I'm not sure if #3 is a type of cherry tree, but apparently unusual weather can trigger cherry trees to bloom at off times of the…

I don't usually have much luck with birds in flight, but sometimes an opportunity comes along and I have to try anyway. This was a lovely surprise!

This week's theme gave me a whole new respect for still life photography. I looked at a lot of photos online for inspiration, and that was probably a bad idea…

I struggle to focus on more than one thing at a time when I work on any kind of project, so I’m starting to think the best way to practice with food is to have…

Above is my first picture of a ruby crowned kinglet, from last year - not the best photo, but can you see why I fell in love with that angry little face?! It…

One thing I'm learning about wildlife photography is that using your ears can be just as important as using your eyes. This morning in the wetlands, I heard a…

When I first started tracking this little bird, I saw a tiny flash of yellow and black and thought it might be winter goldfinch. The body and wings are somewhat…

Lately the moon has been so bright it has woken me up. Around 3-4 in the morning, it shines at an angle through the top of our bedroom windows directly onto our…

This has been a sad week for us as we said goodbye to our dog Quinn. It’s something I’ve been bracing myself for, but it still feels like it all happened so…

I really loved seeing everyone's take on the 2 photo prompt last week, and I learned a lot from all of the conversations that followed. I'm late to the party…

Not the best angle for photos, but it was still fun to watch this cardinal pulling seeds from his perch in a tulip poplar tree.

Ironweed was one of my mystery plants from the summer. I kept noticing it everywhere but had to do some research to find out what it was. It's in the sunflower…
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