Countdown to New York
My big trip to Nickerson Beach in New York is coming up in about a week.
So with the nice weekend, I thought I'd head for the Holden Arboretum and
get one last session in. I get there at 6:30am and its closed! Normally this place
is open by sunrise, but for some reason, not today.
So I head for North Chagrin.
All I had was my 300 and 1.4x because all I wanted to do was walk around.
I didn't want to get bogged down with my 600 and tripod. The good news
about Chagrin is that the berries are out, which means food for our aviary
The main attraction were the Grey Catbirds. There were at least 3 or 4 of
them jumping from branch to branch singing. You can find two of my favorites
on my site under Ohio-3.
I had to leave by 8am. The forecast was for partly cloudy. I got full sun. By 8
the sun was already to harsh. But I was still happy with what I captured.
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