I was so happy to get a call from Julie. It was even better that she wanted to have some images made of her and her twin sister. When I suggested that maybe the six children between the two of them be there so we could get some images with them she said no. This was going to be just for her and her sister. She said they never do anything for just them. So last week I trekked up a hill overlooking a beautiful, lush Tennessee landscape and took some amazing photographs of these two lovely women.
My newest additions to the back yard sanctuary. These guys first showed up about a month ago. See their first pictures here. They just hang out in the garden most of the time. Occasionally I try to get them to leave because I fear Luna, my older fat cat will get them: they are just her speed. I shot this last week after I shooed them up off the ground. They made their way to the garage roof under the crape myrtle where they can rest and still have watch over the garden.
Juvenile Mourning Doves on the apex of the garage roof, napping.