I am drinking a Prime Bovine by Bolero Snort Brewery at Montgomery Hills.
Venue: Montgomery Hills, , NJ
Beer: Prime Bovine
Style: IPA - American
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 7%
My rating: 3.75/5
Brewery: Bolero Snort Brewery, Ridgefield Park, NJ, United States
Brewer's notes: Brewed with only the choicest cut hops we could get our hands. Citra and Mosaic in the whirlpool then more of the same for the first dry hop, another slice of them in dry hop #2 plus some Vic Secret and Simcoe for good measure. Step up to the counter and grab some fresh PRIME!
The series of photographs depicts backyard birdlife around the bird feeder suspended from the branch of a sassafras tree.
A black-capped chickadee and dark-eyed Junco are featured in the first photograph. On the feeder clings a Black-capped Chickadee, identifiable by its distinct black head and throat, white cheeks, soft grey wings and back. A Dark-eyed Junco is seen departing the feeder. This bird's slate grey plumage and white outer tail feathers are characteristic of its species, making it easily recognisable.
The second image portrays a Dark-eyed Junco flying towards the feeder, identifiable by its slate-grey plumage and white belly. The motion of its wings is frozen by the camera, giving us a glimpse into the bird's agile flight.
The third image features a Black-capped Chickadee, recognisable by its black "cap" and bib, white cheeks, and light grey body feathers, perched deftly on the side of the tree. The second bird, captured in mid-flight with wings outstretched as it approaches, is another Black-capped Chickadee. Its dynamic pose, with wings and tail feathers spread, showcases the agility and speed with which these small birds navigate their environment.
The fourth image captures a solitary Downy Woodpecker. Recognisable by its white belly, black and white spotted wings, and the distinctive red patch on its head (if it's a male), it's seen in a dynamic, wings-extended posture approaching the feeder.
Captured in mid-motion is a Dark-eyed Junco, identifiable by its slate-grey feathers on the top parts of its body and white belly. Its wings are fully extended, showcasing the white outer feathers characteristic of the species, as it lands on the green wire suet feeder.
Each photograph showcases these birds' beauty and agility against the soft-focus backdrop of my backyard.