Good Morning from Rainbow Creek. I know I was just talking about the end of summer last night, but I did not expect to walk out and see blankets of white ice! Yes, there was lots of ice but it was all in the sky as You will see in your photostudy below. Must be the changing of the seasons with all the weather oddities going on. The ice clouds are called:
Cirrocumulus (info below).Today is Mom's birthday, so I walked around the grounds and shot a few of her favorite things to share with You. Wouldn't You know, out came the baby crow for the Party. Enjoy!
A Blanket of Ice
Cirrocumulus[edit source | edit]
My Green Yard
A few Hummers:
Crape Myrtle Blooms
The Baby Crow growing in his head feathers for Fall/Winter
|American Crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos)|
Intelligence[edit source | edit]
...this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek. See You next time! I have not had any rain YET.
The baby catfish are barely holding on. I remain the "Only Rainmaker" on Rainbow Creek!
Happy Birthday MOM!