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Sunday, January 22, 2017

Photos from earlier in January 2017

The photographs don't reflect the current conditions where I live in NC since the weather turned much warmer over the past week or so.

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I wish I had made it to one of the Women's Marches and had taken photographs of that.

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It's been great seeing the photographs from DC yesterday as well as sister marches all over the U.S. and the world for that matter.

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Some women from work took a bus leaving NC at 2:00 am Saturday morning going to DC for the march.

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I wish I had gotten it together to go.

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It is very encouraging to see so many people participating not just in the U.S. but in such a diverse group of places.

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I love seeing blue sky and snow. 

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The bird below is a junco.

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Next is a female cardinal.

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The mourning dove seemed glad of some fresh water.

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I guess I'll end with the blue jay.

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Since I didn't label them, the first shot is a sparrow; followed by a red-bellied woodpecker; the third shot is of a titmouse; 4th is a rufous-sided towhee; 5th is a male cardinal and 6th is a Carolina chickadee.

4 comments:

Lady Fi said...

Lovely icy shots!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Loving all of your birds and I'm sure they made it through the icy weather with your help. Those marches all over the world gave me some hope. I wished I'd been in Eugene this week because I could have just stepped outside my door and joined -- about a block away was where the Women's March started. The closest one to us here was about a 50 mile trip one way and I couldn't quite deal with that. Like you, I supported them in spirit.

Penelope Puddlisms said...

I’m glad the weather warmed up in your neck of the woods. The backyard birds are much happier no doubt. I wonder if their tiny feet feel the cold or sometimes stick to the ice. I was at the March in Vancouver, BC, by the way. I posted some pictures. So many people showed up. It was wonderful. No worries that you didn’t go, however, because you as a woman were right there along with us in spirit and in our thoughts.

Rambling Woods said...

My sister was in DC and hubby marched here...

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