Easter Nature Walk

In awe and gratitude to the firstborn of all creation and the firstborn from the dead — the One in whom all things were created, those in the heavens and those upon the earth. (Colossians 1)

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7 Responses to Easter Nature Walk

  1. Kay Pelham says:

    Just so folks know, the diapered child is not ours ๐Ÿ™‚ I just saw this family down by the river and decided to snap a shot.

  2. Mandy says:

    Oh what BLUE skies you have captured here!

  3. Kay Pelham says:

    Mandy, A couple of those sky pictures I took because I was fascinated with the branching of trees. The blue does make a great background to the dark branches. I spent a lot of time on that walk pondering about how life for nature is so much about finding food.

  4. sherry says:

    Boy with big stick = classic! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks for linking at Nature Connections.

  5. Kay Pelham says:

    He always find a good stick on our walks and usually asks if he can bring it home. And then there is the added thrill of throwing rocks and sticks into the water. He’s trying to learn to skip stones like Dad does.

  6. Serena says:

    Great pics! I love the rabbit. Do you know what kind it is? One of my boys has been putting together a presentation about them for his library class. The only type we have where we live are snowshoe hares.
    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and your kind comment. ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Kay Pelham says:

    It is a jackrabbit and I think I was only able to catch it from behind. It was not even on our actual official nature walk. It was on the drive out of the park and in town. A few days after that I saw a huge one “run” from the field across the street and diagonally across our yard. I wish I had had a (video) camera ready for that one. It was huge. I saw it first in the field out my office window and thought it was a fox or a cat.

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