I got out this afternoon with the camera. There are a lot of plants and structures that are snow-capped.
That Japanese Maple in the back yard sure looks funny with its tiny asymmetrical cap.
Our neighborhood has a surfeit of dentists. The office has some nice landscaping, all capped with snow this week.
These concrete structures are found at Silver Lake Park. I have no idea what they are, but they look like raised mausoleums at a cemetery. Capped with snow.
I love watching the birds that come to our seed and suet feeders in the back yard. Especially when it’s snowing. Here’s who showed up the last couple of days.
Our Varied Thrush has a bug in her beak! They are carnivores, like their Robin cousins.
A pair of Song Sparrows. They were fighting Juncos and Chickadees for the feeder stations.
Junco atop the suet feeder, waiting his turn at the seed feeder.
Below are visitors from previous years.
My very favorite has to be the little masked Townsend’s Warbler. Isn’t he cute?
I could just watch them all day long.