This robin seemed curious but supremely unconcerned about the device being aimed at him.
I liked the moody look that nighttime brought to the front entrance of Hilary's neighbour's house.
The insect below was only about the size of a quarter. I thought its colouration was striking against the green of the fern.
I sure didn't notice until I uploaded the photo but if you look closely, you'll see a mosquito attached to the little fellow below.
Cardinals make beautiful couples.
And bold, brassy bluejays are always great subjects.
Call me crazy, but females of many species seem to acquire a certain serene, maternal loveliness when their babes are young. I think the mallard below illustrates my point. When I took the shot, she was keeping an eye on her youngsters as they swam nearby.
Late afternoon light, leaking through drawn curtains, made this collection of knickknacks in Hilary's living room irresistible to my lens.
Got lots more but I don't want to exhaust your patience. They'll keep for another day. I'll close with a shot of Ben "helping" a young lady with car-washing duties.