SUNRISE ON THE LAKE, sailboat, deer, grasshopper, spider web and Crape (Crepe) Myrtle.
We have seen a couple of things not normally seen on the part of Bull Shoals Lake where we live in a small town by the Dam.
For example, sailboats, much less large sailboats, are not seen in our more populated area where marine traffic is often heavy, endangering sailng safety.
We have deer in our town, and a lot of our motor vehicle accidents (MVA) are with deer. The police report of MVAs is often 100% deer/car accidents. However, the deer below is peacefully grazing while we watch from our deck.
A fox squirrel (red tail) is hopping around, but manages to evade my camera.
The green bug, which appears to be a grasshopper, was clinging upside down on the electric meter encasement.
The Crape (Crepe) Myrtle trees here at the Black Oak resort are full grown and beautiful with some kind wild white morning glory vine, maybe hedge bindweed, intertwined among the tree's blossoms.
The first sunrise photo is straight out of the camera shot! The rest of photos have been somewhat manipulated, usually cropped.
[Postscript: we caught (keeper) fish today. We are learning to wall-eye fish which is a whole different game from bass fishing. We both caught fish today. I was fortunate that 2 of my three wall-eyes were keepers as well as one huge blue gill, all pulled from 50 feet m/l water. My arms are aching from reeling the wall-eye with a heavy rig upfrom deep water. Pictures later in the week, probably after we return home.]