A Night Out

Driving around the country side again and we came across this fella. What magnificent animals they are. So graceful and in no hurry to do anything. This guy is on a farm, but hoping to see one in the middle of nature someday soon. Hope I have the camera ready then.

Another extremely graceful animal. Saw a few of these in Yellowstone awhile ago. Signs everywhere stating “Buffaloes are Dangerous” and at one point, not realizing it, I was standing within 25′ of one. Glad I had NO clue! I may have panicked a bit. LOL! These guy and gals are also on a farm. See the little calf on the lower right?

This little one was far from us, and momma ran off, but I was able to focus in on it. We have seen so many does and fawns since we have been here. This is what the fawns do when momma warns them of danger. We didn’t stick around long, just enough time to get a pic for you. Don’t want to disturb nature any longer that needed.

These two were so far away that I wasn’t even sure I captured them.

Sorry for the blurriness on this one… It also was so far away and we were in our Jeep moving along.

Then we visited a fish farm…

TROUT

I was so excited that this one sat so still for me….

OHHH! There it goes! Never had time to change the settings on the camera. Just followed and snapped the photo hoping for the best.

Couldn’t resist getting these two. The contrast of the sun beating down on the walkway and the birds I thought were pretty cool.

Boy o’ boy! If it wouldn’t have been for my best-friend, I would’ve stepped on this. Yep… they are around. Thank goodness it wasn’t a rattler, right?! Although, I would’ve heard it warning me first. Of course I was looking up in the trees for any bald eagles. The last time we visited here, we saw two bald eagles and how I would love to see some while here in Michigan.

These mallards wanted nothing to do with getting their photos taken. Eluded me a few times. LOL!

LOVE THE BEAUTY of A MALLARD
GORGEOUS

And look who I found behind our Dutch Star…

Oh and I almost forgot to update you on our dog sitting for the past three weeks. As I introduced her before, this is Margo, our daughter & son-in-law’s Boston Terrior. She has been a good puppy. She will be leaving us on Friday because her family will be picking her up. Sad day for Nana and Papa, but our grand-kids, Miley & Jayden have been waiting so patiently to meet her. She will love her new home with them and their other Boston, Reggie. Bye bye Margo, thank you for being so good for us…

Well, this has been the past few days of our visit here in Michigan. Hope you enjoy my photos and me being an amateur photographer. Still learning how to focus in. I will be back soon with more photos and information on our stay. Hope you continue to join us.

Until next time my friends, keep searching for that next adventure…

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