It's that time again. I would have had the critter out yesterday but a micro burst hit during the wind storm yesterday and half of a huge tree went down, took a few other trees and damaged the seawall. What fun. Now I have to take down the other half of the tree that fell, the damaged trees, another tree that's half dead and a third that's dead. Oh well, nothing but money.
I was planning to have some solar photographs to share this week but the seeing and transparency were so bad that all my photos looked like out of focus mud. I haven't processed all of them yet, it takes about an hour to process one 30 second video into a photograph, so maybe there sill a good one in there someplace.
I have two photographs this week. The first is a very orange carolina wren and the second is a chipping sparrow.
There are still a couple of spaces left in the photography class that I'm teaching at the John C Campbell Folk School from June 11 through 17. I know it's a shameless plug but if you haven't checked out the folk school website you need to. It's camp for adults, good food and loads of fun. https://www.folkschool.org/