While Raven and I waited on the shore for Blackburnian to come and find us the other day, we were treated to a quiet sunset. I haven’t been out on the water at dusk much lately, so have missed the sunsets. It’s also been fairly rainy recently, so there hasn’t been much colour in the sky. That evening the wind had picked up, and I sat perched on a rock at the edge of the shore, where I could be easily seen, but where I was also glad that Raven was still small enough to fit on my lap to keep it warm. The clouds on the horizon heralded more rain; it had been drizzly most of the day, and drizzled again overnight, but that evening period, at least, was clear.
This evening as I sat on the couch wondering what I should post for Today at Kingsford today, Blackburnian came around on the deck and tapped on the window. He had something in his hand, and I looked at it and thought, “Perfect!” I grabbed my camera and took a series of photos, but when I got back to the computer I couldn’t decide which one I liked best and wanted to use. So now it’s tomorrow’s full-length blog post, instead of today’s Today at Kingsford. Which means you’ll have to wait.
3 thoughts on “Today at Kingsford”
is it going to be fish?
Oh, the suspense!
Nice sunset picture; I think it would make a good watercolour.
The water photos on your blog caught my eye. I’m a hydrologist with the National Park Service, down in south Florida, at the edge of the Everglades. I’ve only recently learned of this rich network of blogs out there … and am riffing through a bunch of them … its mildly addictive there are simply so many to see. Anyhow, the water photos caught my eye … Water, among other things, makes for scenic photos … for me its tracking the inner workings of the water cycle as it unfolds. As with all bloggers, its been a work in progress. Great blog, and take care