And we’d like to welcome Jim to the Real World
Wow, what a week. A week of all work all the time and very little time to do anything else. As you’ve noticed, I didn’t get the last of my blog entries posted about my recent travels to the Buckeye state. That’s because I haven’t gotten them written. That is my primary goal once I finish this post with a hope to get the last of Ohio on the blog by mid-week.
The good news is that most of the images shot from the two weeks in Ohio have now been keyworded/metatagged and now comes the task of picking the cream of the crop from the husks and weeds. That will take a bit longer.
The good news as well is I got another morning of shooting in at Mitchell Lake Audubon Center. Admittedly it was not nearly as productive as the previous weekend’s shooting but I did have some adds to my bird life list. Add into the mix that we (finally) received some rain here in South Texas and I guess things are looking up.
More in the next couple of days. Stay tuned.
About the image:
This female Variegated Meadowhawk (Sympetrum corruptum) was hanging out this past Sunday morning at Mitchell Lake Audubon Center. I’ve been having a lot of fun with this species of late. More to come on them as well.