There was a large flock of cedar waxwings that descended upon Eastern College Pond today. Many of them pairing up and sharing breakfast. Oh too wonderful to witness. I stayed with them for a good two hours taking way too many not so good photographs. They were high up in the trees. Hope they will still be there tomorrow.
I entered four photographs in the "Radnor Reflections" photography art show at the Wayne Art Center. One of them - "Duck Magic" won Best in Show!!! Ken and I were in the audience at the reception and we were both pretty blown away when my name was announced. Oh the fun of it all!!!
I was sitting on a bench dejected that I couldn't get a good picture of the cedar waxwings at Eastern College Pond when I heard this low growling sound. I could't find it at first, but finally looked up under the leaves and there was this beautiful green heron pruning and calling for a girlfriend to come join him. (I think he is a he.) I took way too many photographs, but this was my favorite. If you click you get a better view. Reminded me of a Japanese etching.