through the words of these eight good men who know Scripture,
and through the lens, where I can share His creation with you.
As I look over the list of photos, the names cow, vulture, and goat may not sound that appealing. If you're hesitant, minimize me. If you're repulsed, close it down. If you dare to take another chance with Father Nature, read on.
You know plenty about our plentiful Whitetail Deer (Odocoileus virginianus). Their deep cinnamon color this time of year. Did you know it was fertilizing the field when I first appeared?
This next character had his eye on fresh road-kill; a flat rabbit near Fallasburg Park. Kent County Parks
Meet the Turkey Vulture (Cathartes aura). If you don't look at his hideous head (please don't look), the rest of his body appears normal.
You may call him "Buzzard" (like my Dad did) if you like the sound of the name.
I eventually got back home, a little farther down the road. The Backroads. Always my preference. Along the way, we met some questionable characters, with odd names. But when you learn more about them, even the cow , the buzzard and the goat can be appreciated.
In a Supertramp song, they advise to "Take the Long Way Home". I concur.
Hope you enjoyed the ride... ... you can get out now.