An abandoned bluebird nestbox in a forgotten section of the Wye Mountain daffodil field. Though the bluebirds are nesting right now, the box remains empty. Of course, it is because the floor of the box has fallen apart.
One of my favorite chapels in Arkansas is the St. Boniface Catholic Church in Bigelow, Arkansas. It was built in 1906 by a predominantly German community that settled in the area around 1880. The original St. Boniface Church was built in 1901 but was destroyed in January 1906. The only thing that was saved from the original building is the high alter (imported from Germany) that can still be seen today.
I plan on going back to take better pictures of the Bedford Brown Bethell House in Des Arc. While making a turn to go back to photograph the old high school building I just happened to drive by this beautiful old place.
More information on the Bedford Brown Bethell House can be found on The Department of Arkansas Heritage website.
The trumpeter swans have mostly gone from Magness and Hiram Rd. in Heber Springs. They have started their trip north to their spring/summer breeding grounds and won’t return to Arkansas until around November.
I stopped by Hiram Road yesterday and there were only about 30 swans left. When I stopped by Magness Lake there were none. Amongst the trumpeters was a lone tundra swan that was constantly being harassed by the tumpeters.
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Every morning you have two choices; continue to sleep with your dreams, or wake up and chase them.”
A great blue heron tiptoeing through the grass along the shore of Lake Overcup in Morrilton.