Daily Pics 2020, #56.

Good morning everyone!  I hope you all are having a good day so far.  It was an interesting day here yesterday.  You probably noticed that I didn’t do any posts after my morning daily pics.  That’s because of circumstances beyond my control, namely, my laptop wasn’t working for 7 hours.  And once it started working there was still things that needed to be redone and put back in order.  Amazing how these things always happen to me.😂  But it was still a wonderful day and I was able to get many things done anyway.  So hopefully today I will post chapter 14 of 20/20 Investigations, Inc., plus the regulars for today.  Anyway, I did have to change things a bit for the pics this morning since my pictures got a bit mixed up and I also lost some that I was going to use today.  Oh well.

So, here we go with today’s picks of pics…

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We will start with this male hairy woodpecker coming to get his early morning breakfast of sunflower seeds on a beautiful sunny day in June.IMG_4010

Also that same sunny June morning Baxter the blue jay came for his late morning snack of peanuts.

Two nice sunny summer pics of some bird friends here at Steve’s Country.  Always great to remember those warm summer days this time of the year.  I hope you all have a great Tuesday and God bless!

Steve and Muffin.

© 2020 Steve McLeod.

 

26 Comments on “Daily Pics 2020, #56.

  1. Very nice Steve!
    I did wonder what happened to you. I’m glad to hear it was only technical issue with your laptop. Have a great day! Hope to talk later in the day!🤠

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  2. So beautiful pictures Steve! 😉 These birds have very good memory, it can turn back the same time next year is amazing, Blue Jay 😉 I’m sure you can expect coming summer too. 😀😊 Enjoy the beautiful day, Glad you are back, Looking forward to your posts 😀

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    • Yes, I think everything is normal again, had to find a few things, did lose some stuff I was working on, so had to start over again on that. These things happen sometimes. Thanks Renee, enjoy your day!😃😺📷☕

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  3. Steve, technology sometimes requires patience. I taught computer applications in a middle school so I can relate to glitches. At least you didn’t have a room full of young teens. The photos are great as I enjoy macro photography.

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    • I’m good with technology when it works, but when things go wrong, I’m finished. And 7 hours just finished my brain! But that’s life, things do go wrong sometimes. Thank you so much!😁📷

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