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Bird LA Day

This past Saturday the Los Angeles Chapter of the Audubon Society had events across the city.  It doesn’t take much for me to be inspired to step outside with my camera.  I was lucky, I took a workshop with professional photographer, Dave Collins www.davecollinsimages.com as we took in the sights and sounds of the Playa Del…

Butterflies are Free

Today is Wordless Wednesday. Much Like Taco Tuesday and Throw Back Thursday, I’ve recently learned that Wordless Wednesday has meaning for many people. What could be more perfect for me than some photos that speak from my heart without words! It’s Springtime, bring on the butterflies!  Orange Monarch.Yellow Tiger Swallowtail.Come back next time to see…

Los Angeles Audubon

Do you enjoy the great outdoors?  Do you love nature?  I’m very excited to have two women from the Los Angeles Audubon Chapter join me on my Born To Talk Radio Show on April 18th. Tune in to watch and listen on www.latalklive.com from 1-2 PT Cindy Hardin is the Director of Outdoor Education for LA Audubon.Carol…

What’s All The Flapping About?

I don’t have to go too far from my house to see birds in action.  I am truly an amateur photographer, make no mistake. But I had the good fortune to spend some time with a friend that knows a thing or two about cameras! Off we went to one of my favorite locations, the…

It’s A Super Sunday

In the sports world, this is a Super day for football fans across the country. But what if you’re not a football fan? What instead if you root for birds? How much do you know about your local Audubon Society? I took advantage of the Los Angeles Audubon Society’s walk in the Open Wetlands at…

Taking My Camera For A Walk

I mentioned last week that I was not taking full advantage of going for a walk by the beach. One of my friends invited me for a walk with her this week. Yet another reminder why being outside can be enjoyable! The Black Swan is just sitting at the Venice Canals, waiting to take a…

If These Birds Could Talk

I often wonder what goes on in the mind of my feathered friends.  How do they know where I live? How do they know when it’s time to eat each day?  How well do they see and hear? Oh I suppose Google has the answer to these questions and so much more. Let’s start with…

The Itsy Bitsy Spider and More

I’m just minding my own business, well not exactly; I was having a conversation sitting outside with a friend at the Y. Suddenly I noticed hanging above his head a spider on a “thread” making a web. Eww…nobody wants to have a spider that appears to be dropping out of the sky and landing on…

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