Assateague Lighthouse

Assateague Light is the 142-foot-tall (43 m) lighthouse located on the southern end of Assateague Island off the coast of the Virginia Eastern Shore, United States. The lighthouse is located within the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge and can be accessed by road from Chincoteague Island over the Assateague Channel. It is owned by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and operated by the U.S. Coast Guard and is still used as an active aid in navigation. The keeper's quarters are used as seasonal housing for refuge temporary employees, volunteers, and interns. Constructed in 1867 to replace a shorter lighthouse 45-foot-tall (14 m) built in 1833, the lighthouse is conical in shape and is painted in alternating bands of red and white. 
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 Assateague Lighthouse Chincoteague, Virginia 

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Grackle in the Blossoms

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"The spring is fresh and fearless 
And every leaf is new, 
The world is brimmed with moonlight, 
The lilac brimmed with dew. 

Here in the moving shadows 
I catch my breath and sing -- 
My heart is fresh and fearless 
And over-brimmed with spring."

- Sara Teasdale


Carolina Chickadee on The Maple Tree

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"Chickadee, chickadee, chickadee-dee! 
 That was the song that he sang to me 
 Sang from his perch in the willow tree 
 Chickadee, chickadee, chickadee-dee." 
 - Hanford Lennox Gordon.


American Robin - A Bathing Beauty

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"The world unwraps itself to you, again and again as soon as you are ready to see it anew.” 
 ― Gregory Maguire


Daffodils In the Garden

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"Come and let us seek together 
Springtime lore of daffodils, 
 Giving to the golden weather 
Greeting on the sun-warm hills." 
- Lucy Maud Montgomery, Spring Song

Blessed By Red - Male Northern Cardinal

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"...the thankful heart... will find, in every hour, some heavenly blessings." 
 ~ Henry Ward Beecher
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