This is a picture of the 'poor man's stained glass' at the front of the barn. I have always loved the way the morning light shines through the bottles and knew I'd have to replicate it somehow at the city house.
So, morning, though a tad foggy, brought my bottle tree out. The geese and ducks and even the sparrows on top of their house looked at the new bottle tree.
Unfortunately, the ducks did more than look and decided to have a look around the yard.
Except, the weenies weren't having it. They quickly ran the ducks back to where they came from.
Sister made sure they were gone, until a certain goose that has taken a liking to me opted for a facedown.
Such a beautiful day even the fish were swimming about, thick as thieves and waiting for a morsel. Sister is just daring that goose to come ashore. The goose would win in the water, but Sister could take her on land. But, in Oklahoma, don't blink as the weather will change in a heartbeat.
A storm passed through and dumped quite a lot of hail. Some boys were fishing at the other end of the lake. I hope they didn't have far to run. The lightning made us jump so we quickly went indoors. The geese and ducks looked upward; their heads raised to the skies. Guess they knew what they were doing but I would have ducked my head.