I have no photos of my success, because it is kind of gross. It all started last year when a friend told me her mother would always bury a fish under her fruit trees for fertilizer. As always, I mulled this information over for awhile then tried it. It was unsuccessful, because a fox or something came and dug the fish up. I continued to think about it and read several articles on the internet. This weekend I successfully made fish fertilizer. After my fishing trip with the nieces a month ago, I cleaned the fish put them in a five gallon bucket and threw in a carp for good measure. Most of the articles I read advised to pour some molasses in the bucket and let things stew for awhile. I also added two gallons of water. I put a lid on it and stored the stinky mess in a corner of the orchard. Four weeks later I steeled myself and prepared for a smelly mess. I was surprised it was actually a nice liquid fertilizer. It turned out much better than I anticipated. I was able to fertilize 10 trees, of course I will never be able to use the bucket for anything but fish fertilizer.
My other success is the butterfly and bee garden. I have several grasses and added a bee and butterfly flower mix. It isn't a lush garden, but it is a very good start. The bees and butterflies are using it. The concrete rhubarb leaf is filled with sand and makes a wonderful lounge area for the butterflies.
I call the little guy above Rip, because his ear is a bit tattered.