And were back! You are getting blitzed with posts at the moment because I’m taken care of some family matters which requires me to be in a place without that wonderful time waster .. a TV. Luckily we invested in a hotspot allowing me to stay current with the world. That doesn’t really take a lot of time – this group of people is killing that group of people, another group of people are spouting lies and still another is trying to take my rights away. Pretty much sums up my view of the current chaos around the world and in the States. Once that perception is confirmed I can jump into my little corner of the Internet and escape a bit. Way I see it, it’s a win win. Now I remember how my stay in Shenandoah went, but back then I didn’t even have cell phones – (ask Linda about our critter experience while at a payphone one night there) the horror, the horror. Today we are in a better digital age which allows me to bring you this
If you do not recognize this bird you haven’t been to the Northwest. The Black-Billed Magpie are very populous in that region and thanks to their colorful palette are quite easy to identify. I say this with a chuckle since I apparently had no clue what they were the first time we came upon them (link here). Of course, that might be more due to the crap ass shots I was able to capture – I kinda cringe every time I dive back into the blog archives knowing my photography skills needed some serious work back then. Glad to say there is marked improvement these days. The following shot is one of my favorites from the Yellowstone vacation shoot.
Hit the jump to view a few more shots of the Black-Billed Magpie