I lost track of time on Monday.
The Cedar Waxwings chose Long Hollow for a little R&R, triggering my inner paparazzi.
It was a gray morning, and I stayed pretty far away so I wouldn't spook them,
so I wasn't sure if any of the hundreds of photos I took would be worth a dang.
Since I was expecting the worse, I'm pretty pleased with the results,
although I had to play with them in Lightroom quite a bit to bring out the color.
Cedar Waxwings do have amazing color.
Bits of bright yellow and red and blue in odd places
although I don't think you can see them in my photos.
Just not enough zoom.
“In order to see birds it is necessary to become a part of the silence.”
― Robert Lynd