Giving thanks for family, friends, and other blessings. Celebrating nature’s bounty and beauty. Hoping for a softening in issues that divide us. Praying for an end to the pandemic.
We all know what a wonderful resource the Boardman Lake is to our community. I especially love going to Logan’s Landing to watch all the waterfowl that visit the south end.
While I’ve been out shooting fall color and Halloween decorations, I’ve been keeping a close eye on the Sandhill Crane population.
Around the corner and a couple country blocks away, I arrived just in time to see another large group of cranes take off. It was at the field where I’d previously seen them staging for the migration. I hadn’t had time to switch to my long lens, but I still got a few good shots against the blue sky and fall color.
The temperatures dropped, the sun came out, and the fall vistas popped with brilliant color. It was as good as any other year in the North Country. We just had to be patient a little longer for it to arrive, but fall color was worth the wait.