Lacking Desire

I seem to be lacking desire the past few days. It might be the back and forth of the weather. Still so much to see. Watching seems to hold more interest for me than capturing it at the moment…

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Today’s Flashback Photo “Trout Lilly”

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4 Responses to Lacking Desire

  1. Mary S. says:

    Grampy, Your “watching” is enough in itself!
    The dive of the Peregrine Falcon (I think that’s what it is) is a sight to behold.
    The Red Wing Blackbird (at least that’s what I call it up here) shows how sassy they are.
    Like yesterday’s first pic of the 2 Pelicans connoodling (sp?).
    The poor Pelican with it’s foot already dead.
    The Cardinal with her feathers all fluffed in the wind (I suppose). All these are such special pix.
    And each of your FlashBack Pix adds something particularly special. MCS

    • Grampy says:

      Mary S,
      Thank You, That was an Osprey diving. Yes, the Red Winged Blackbirds are sassy. Photographed so many pelicans lately it is difficult to catch something different. The pelicans are so active I tend to shoot more photos than I want to look at. That may be part of just enjoying watching them. It really adds to pics sometimes when the wind fluffs up the feathers.

  2. I think we all reach that point at one time or another. Sudden changes in the weather can take the wind out of your sails.
    I’m waiting impatiently for the day I can see a trout lily in person, and I still haven’t heard a red winged blackbird.
    That’s a beautiful shot of the sunrise!

    • Grampy says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Yes, it was no where near as cold as other days out, but it seemed like forever before my bones warmed up. The trout lilly’s are neat, we have a couple varieties in this state but that is the only ones I have seen. Here the Red Winged blackbirds calling in wetland areas is a constant sound in the spring. It has been a while since we had a neat sunrise. Thank You.

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