I hear this fellow every morning, but have never seen him until today.
Fearless, he was unmoved by my approach. And why not, he is a Great Horned Owl.
He has no horns...his name comes from the tufts that appear similar to cat's ears.
Did you know they will attack humans to protect their young and have been known to prey on our domestic pets.
Of course, I left my telephoto lens in Colorado.
I never seem to have it when the opportunity for a great wildlife photo arises!
Finished and gifted this darling door hangar yesterday. It is Kim Diehl's design.
We are now cleaning up the dust and mud left behind by Tuesday night's Haboob.
I was picking my DD up at the airport as it approached the city. Her plane was one of the last to land before they closed down the airport.
An awesome sight!...but a mess the next day.
The sky is clearer this morning, but the air was thick all day yesterday and everything tasted like dirt.
I just keep hand appliqueing Autumn Houses and making R&W blocks. I am half way done!