He may have been back for awhile but I had my first Harry the Heron sighting on Sunday!
At long last spring has come to mid-Michigan! And, unlike the previous "false alarms," this one looks to stay for at least two weeks -- and by then it will be May, so it should mean it's a done deal!
One can only hope, although I can't complain. Our winter was fairly mild by Michigan standards. I had daffodils sprouting out of the ground in January and lived in panic that they wouldn't make it till the spring between snowfalls, ice, warm ups and then more cold weather.
But they did make it. And Harry is back! Spring really is here.
I leave you with a few photos using some of the various settings from the camera.
I confess, even though manipulated photos aren't always my favorite (too much journalism in my past!), I have to say I'm really having fun with this!
I guess you never know what you'll find and you're never too old to discover something new is fun!
(And I suppose since one of the key roles of PR people was/is to manipulate information to present it in the best way possible, I suppose a manipulated photo or two isn't really too inappropriate!)
Or at least I'll keep telling myself that. Yeah, and that it's art, too!
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