Winter celebration in progress as I see the little hummingbird on New Years Day! His nectar turned into a sugar icee when it froze, so I replaced it with warm nectar. This is the first hummingbird that has stayed to winter here (that I have witnessed) ever. I get a thrill out of seeing him each new day he makes it in the cold. Tomorrow will be the coldest yet as it dips to the low 20s for 2 nights. Below I have shared some pics from around the grounds on New Year's Day along with the links to the photostudy in the G+Albums. Has everyone made the adjustment to the New Year? It is not the change of the year I notice as much as the change in every day, every moment. It is great to be alive and I share that joy with all of You! Love and Blessings in the New Year. Enjoy!
Fat Sissy is here to Roll in the New Year!
link to photostudy in album:
Fat Sissy sees something on the other side of the creek
It is the horse: Big Red
Sissy has a better look under the bridge
It is a horse, of course!
One of the first blooms of winter-Paperwhites
|Paperwhite (Narcissus papyraceus)|
|Paperwhite, Narcissus papyraceus|
Camillia bud about to open
|Christmas Camellia (Camellia sasanqua) is a popular plant with many uses|
Use by humans
Buzzing the sky
...this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek. See You next time.