Sunday, May 22, 2011

Marron Lake

Marron Lake

Wild Violets

Our first view of wild Morel Mushrooms
I am behind again with our posts. This time, it is because the annual Meadowlark Festival is in full voice and flight. It celebrates all the good things like nature, conservation, photography, art, and all things green and eco-sensitive in our area. We first went on a bird-watching expedition at Marron Lake, where we heard, and some of us saw some new birds. It doesn't seem to matter where you are at this time of year, a Meadow Lark is singing. There was one that greeted us as we stepped out of our car at Marron Lake, there was one singing outside our door this morning, when I went out to smell the rain at about 7.00 a.m. These are a few photos I took near the lake, and more can be seen here.

4 comments:

Desiree said...

Super to know you've been outdoors enjoying nature and all of her myriad gifts...lovely photos as always! I've never heard a meadow lark sing.

H said...

The driftwood frames that first shot beautifully! Great composition.

Isn't it good to be outdoors enjoying the natural world! There is so much to experience.

Desiree said...

Thank you very much for sending me the link so I was able to hear a meadow lark singing...how beautiful!!!

Lisa RedWillow said...

Breathtaking beauty.