This time between winter and spring seems to be bringing its own challenges to photo taking. We seem to have to look harder and harder to find new images. The results from today are three. First there is a photo of small snow crystals that I found on a tree branch early in the morning.
It seems to me that the snow crystals are much more three dimensional that I thought from looking at Bentley's famous photos. It seems odd to me that I had not noticed or remembered noticing that fact before.
Églantine took this photo of a Mourning Dove not far from our bird feeder in the morning.
At the end of the day yesterday I caught this skeleton of a Sunflower in the light of the setting sun.