Changing Times, Changing Seasons
Heading off to search for food
Osprey flies over the marsh
Pit stop, before heading south
Butterflies resting up before taking the long flight across the lake.
Changes at the marsh
Food in short supply
Hot dry summer dries up the marsh
As one season ends another begins
I’ll never forget my first sighting of the Barred Owl
These Creatures seem to crave the quietness and peacefulness of the woods.
Looking forward to another season of Snowy Owls
Published by mycreatorscreation
I am a Christian who believes in Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. I also believe that Jesus will soon return to this earth.
If the Caterpillar can undergo a transformation, going from crawling to flying we too should be capable of accomplishing much more. We just have to attach our wings in the right place. The Caterpillar uses the Milk Weed as its host, its source for food. We too have a "Host" and He also provides us with an abundance of food. If we would use the fuel from this food (scripture) effectively, we too would be able to fly. Our "Minds" can be freed from all burdens and stress.
We can more easily be lifted up when we allow God to be our Host. He would continually feed us. God through His word can teach us how to fly...if only in our thoughts, if only in our minds.
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4 Replies to “My Creator’s Creatures”
lovely photos. I liked the first seagull photo.. you are blessed to see owls, I have heard but never seen one.
I had only seen owls in magazine and books, until I got into nature photography a few years ago. They are mainly located in parks close by, and if the winter is snowy enough….the snowy owl may show up. They did a few years ago, and I got to go on some winter adventures with some of my birder/photographer friends trying to find them…..Very Exhilarating!!
there used to be owls in the church grounds I last posted about, but the trees were cut down where the owls were and they left. very sad.
So sad indeed. As trees come down and buildings go up, there is less and less space for the wildlife to roam.