Jordan Lake Dam, Haw River: I was tracking the great blue heron, hoping it would cross in front of the trees with their fresh light green leaves and give me a nicely composed landscape photo. The heron obliged me and did just that. But, when I got home I found that another critter had managed to get photographed too! Have you found the squirrel yet?

A hummingbird? Perhaps a songbird, duck or bald eagle? Natural focal points for your desk or your living room wall? Please wander through 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.