I've been sorting photos all day, thousands and thousands of them. I'm amazed at how fast they accumulate; one of the "advantages" of digital cameras. (I could probably delete a good 5000 and never miss them. But, oh, the decisions! Hard!
There are quite a few that I intended to post here, and never got around to it. Life's too full.
I've got some interesting beasties to share, a wandering mussel, skies and birds and new flowers. A few oldies but goodies, too. But not tonight; I'm going to bed.
How about one last Elgin Heritage Park shot? A view over the wetlands; a tangle of bare shrubs and dried grasses.
Just beyond the grasses, a large mixed flock of mallards and wigeons dabbles in ankle-deep water. None of our photos really turned out; the grasses always got in the way.
And now, goodnight!
(Picasa has been counting: it's at 8000 and some now, and still going strong. I think I'll tell it to lay off. I don't need to know this.)