Originally this was going to be a photo all about the strange icicles in the background until this black duck walked into the frame and just stood theremaking it a much better photo. Thank you, little duck!
We had to back up to take this photo...even though I shoot with a Canon. (A little joking rivalry here: Canon vs. Nikon...and I'm really not sure which brand is better.) The Nikon is at the side of the road because...
it's a mailbox. Hmmmm. I wonder if the owner is a blogger.
I am linking to Jenny Matlock at Alphabe-Thursday HERE
Left side of mural on side of pharmacy, Jackson's Point
This mural is on the outside of a pharmacy that carries a huge variety of items very much the same way as a general store might. The building it's painted on is quite old so may have been a general store at one time.
Right side of mural
More photos from Our World can be seen by clicking HERE.
Largest square: hairy woodpecker about to eat some suet.
Moving clockwise: tree sparrow (could be a year-round resident or visiting from the Arctic), red-breasted nuthatch (here year round), Canada geese (here year round), common redpoll (here from the Arctic) and juvenile mute swan (here year round).