It's a beautiful spring day here in Georgia. Warm weather, the trees are greening up the flowers are blooming and everything is a nice shade of yellow/green from all the pollen.
No, I haven't finished the warm room yet. Linda hasn't been feeling good and I wanted a few days off. I'll be back at the grind this afternoon. It's almost like having a job. The economy must be doing great. We finally got a landscape/hauling guy out to give us a bid for some grading work. He wanted $8,000.00. Ouch.
I have three photos for you today. The first is of our 'first of the season' ruby throated hummingbird. I don't usually like 'bird on feeder' photos but I wasn't set up to photograph him on a flower. The second photo is of a green anole strutting his stuff and trying to impress the females. The third photo is of Messier 42, the Orion nebula. This is a stack of 11 photos. They were taken at ISO 800 and are from 5 to 30 second long exposures. I tried stacking the photos in deepsky stacker but could not get the software to work properly. I ended up doing it by hand in photoshop.