This blog explores utilizing natural energy flows and local resources to live well. For food, power, comfort, mobility and wealth we've already transformed about half the readily available coal, oil and natural gas fossils into greenhouse gases. As we consume the rest, I hope to help begin creating dynamic communities that nourish future generations using renewable energy.
This morning, on my way to filling the bird feeder, I noticed a cardinal who seemed frozen on the deck. He was beautiful so I captured a few photos from a foot or two away. Five minuted later he was still frozen (temperature was 15F). Ten minutes later, he was gone! Did he fly away? Or did something eat him? No sign of feathers anywhere! Did he have a seizure?
"Frozen" Cardinal, Photo Taken from Around a Foot Away