Calla and I flushed out a dozen wild turkeys on our afternoon walk. One of these days I am going to get a good shot of turkeys. We were within about 20 metres of the flock when they all took off flying in several directions. About 10 minutes later, I heard them calling to each other in an attempt to regroup and managed to get this photo from a long distance away.
Yesterday when Églantine, Calla, and I were out, I went looking for and found some Swamp Milkweed stalks with pods. Églantine noticed that some seeds and pod parts looked like a face.
The pods of the Swamp Milkweed are a lot more delicate than the Common Milkweed.
Below is a close up photo of an icicle with the sun setting behind it. (Yes, I broke it off and turned it sideways. The icicle that is, not the sun.)
And, before I forget, just for the Kansas Reader, here is this morning's sunrise & snow photo with the temperature.
Yes, the temperature is in Celsius. (10 F & -6 F)