My wife made my day very special! I came home from a taxi run at Noon, which meant we went out to eat for lunch instead of breakfast! As we were leaving, I mentioned that the lawn looked like it didn’t need mowing! In the morning it was dewy, and I decided I should put mowing the lawn on my list of activities! It was a puzzle to me, until my sweetheart mentioned that she had mowed the lawn while I was gone! She surely got me that time! Thanks heaps, and looking forward to many more years together!
Seen at Magee Marsh, Ohio on May 11, 2017. Taken with a Canon 7D camera, with Canon EF 100-400 Lens, which I borrowed from Canon.
I took this photo with a 7D Mark II camera and 100-400 lens I borrowed from the Canon folks at their booth at the entrance to Magee Marsh during BWIAB. I loved the camera and lens, though at my age, not sure I want to carry it around all day! As you may have noticed, the series of photos of my trip to Washington D.C. has finished, as now I will likely be featuring photos of the birds I photographed at the Magee Marsh boardwalk, etc. The Red-breasted Nuthatch was a lifer for me, meaning in Birdwatcher language, the first time you saw it in your life!