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8 thoughts on “May 12.20: Coping

  1. I think you’re right. It’s a wonderful shot!

  2. Seeing him makes me think he really should be clean on top and muddy coloured below. Taking pictures is vastly more pleasurable than trying to work out which is the best one later – especially with a moving subject.

    • Mother Nature often gets things upside-down, if you ask me. You’re right about the culling of many photos; this one was fairly easy because it was the least worst of a bunch of blurs. “Least worst” is a poor “best,” but sometimes it has to do.

  3. Nice new feathered neighbor you have there. Hope you put out the welcome mat. 🙂 Beautiful sunny day here, but rather cool and the wind is blowing like crazy so I’m inside. Maybe tomorrow. 🙂

    • Congratulations on the sun! It’s a help, though things would be better without the wind, which never helps with gardening.

      You bet I’ve put out the welcome mat for this feathered neighbor! But I fear I’m doing something wrong because my buffleheads never came back and now the teals are gone. Geese, alas, are forever.

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