Saturday, November 26, 2011

Not on the Honey-Do List

It's only a matter of before outdoor photography will require multiple layers, heavy coats, boots, gloves, hand warmers and frequent battery changes. Since Saturday was going to be unseasonably warm, how can one sleep in? With a schedule of several "Honey-Do" tasks awaiting me, I had to get up early to sneak in a little photography.

With my limited time, my strategy was a quick out and back to Borden's pond to see what was going on. Primarily there were the usual suspects, but a couple of things caught my eye.

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I can't believe how the goose in their path continues to eat through the entire sequence

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A group of gulls flew by

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With toes like that, the itch will not stand a chance

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I love the way the back lighting brings out the details

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