As I was driving along a country road, I spotted tracks in the snow along side the road, then I saw a gopher plowing through snow and he disappeared. I stopped the car, got out with the camera and walked along to where his trail disappeared into the snow.
I stood there facing a canal bank wondering if the gopher would come out, so I gave a sharp whistle. I waited and he returned my whistle! I thought give him a few seconds and he'll pop his head out of the snow and I'd better be ready. Sure enough, out he came, and I clicked the shutter.
I thought he was really cute, peeking out of the snow like that, looking me right in the eye.
A little further down the road, this horse was sound asleep in the bright sunshine. He doesn't even know we're looking at him right now.
This horse was far from asleep, he was standing at attention!
This holstein steer had a bad dehorn job at some time in his life. Sometimes a horn grows weird like this when dehorning paste is used, or when the person running the dehorn tool doesn't get a deep enough grab on the young horns. The lopsided horn gave him rakish look.
I have a hard time catching pheasants with my camera, today I got lucky. He didn't run before I got the photo!
Hope you enjoyed this little group of pictures from my travels today!