Morning Walk at Sandy Wool Lake

“When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.” ~Ansel Adams

Yesterday was a good day in the San Francisco Bay Area. It was overcast but comfortably warm. A perfect day for a morning Camera Club outing at Sandy Wool Lake and Spring Valley Pond, both of which are located in the Ed R. Levin County Park. I’m a newbie at photographing nature, so my best photos were of birds at rest. The more advanced photographers captured wonderful photos of birds in flight. Someday I hope to get the action shots.

My cousin Carolyn captioned these bird images on my personal Facebook page. Her captions made me smile so I’m going to share them here.

Juvenile Black-Crowned Night Heron at Sandy Wool Lake
Juvenile Black-Crowned Night Heron

Night Heron: “Cold…it’s cold…it’s so very cold.”

Comorant at Sandy Wool Lake

Comarant: “Flasher?”

Black Bird at Sandy Wool Lake
Black Bird

Black Bird: “Watcha lookin at?”


Have a good day! Get out and take a walk in nature. “Nature never goes out of style.” ~Author Unknown


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