A hummingbird? Perhaps a songbird, duck or bald eagle? Natural focal points for your desk or your living room wall? Please wander through https://docellentinsley.smugmug.com where you could get all your holiday shopping done. Maybe you would like to share some fine art with family and friends for the Holidays. In my gallery you can order a large variety of birds and landscapes as prints, framed wall art or desk art, or greeting cards! Thanks for your support and friendship, peace and grace, Doc Ellen
I had spent several minutes tracking different songbirds that were busy along the lake’s shoreline, when I realized I was seeing a pair of ears. A pair of very long ears above a bright eye. I don’t know how long the rabbit – an eastern cottontail rabbit – had been watching me. He grazed a couple more mouthfuls of the fresh leaves below the blackberry bramble. Stole one more look at me, and was gone.
Having just added new photos to my print gallery (more than a dozen bird species), I want to say my heart-felt thanks to each of you who has bought a print from me in the past. My thanks to those of you who check out my gallery site and consider making a purchase. Each purchase helps me to continue my field studies at Jordan Lake and I do enjoy the studying. However, my biggest joy is in the sharing with all of you what I observe at the lake. Thanks for considering a purchase.
I had just settled into my chair on the shoreline of the lake this morning. A family of deer stepped from the swampy area across from me. Momma Deer was cautious but she was also curious about the human quietly sitting in her chair. I smiled as she led her family across the shallow water and stepped up on the bank about 12 feet from me. Hesitating for a moment, Momma deer decided I wasn’t a danger. The family trotted past me and headed up the hill toward their daytime resting place. Oh, my.
Jordan Lake Rescue: Grayced: A new addition to my Facebook pages:
Hello! I am Grayced. I am Doc Ellen’s companion. We met 5 years ago at Jordan Lake. I was hungry, very hungry and hurt. Doc Ellen was hurting too. Doc wrote a great story about our journey together and filled it full of pictures (they are good even if I do say so myself). We want to share with you the history and the ongoing story of our lives together. So, you can meet with us in two ways: 1) join us on Facebook as I get my paws, um, Doc’s fingers on the keyboard on a regular basis to update our time line and 2) read about our history in the eBook Jordan Lake Rescue: Grayced – it is available for iBook and PC at http://www.dreamingsongsphotos.com. Ok. I am all groomed. Have gotten Doc’s fingers all limbered up and ready to type by tossing my favorite ball for me. We are glad you are here with us!!!!! Come by my Grayced the Cat site at www.facebook.com/GraycedCat/ and please continue to visit Doc and the eagles in the Jordan Lake Neighborhood https://www.facebook.com/docellen/
BTW, my Doc Ellen’s Journey will continue – am not replacing it with the Facebook page!