It was a beautiful morning for a walk when Chester and I headed over to the Red River. The sky was bright blue and the sun was shining. There was a mist rising off the river. I have no idea what the temperature was. I wore a light jacket and felt comfortable. I never bother to check the temperature any more. It is what it is. 🙂
I didn’t see any critters to take pictures of, but thought the river itself was worth a couple of pictures. Then, when I got home, I looked up through the elm tree leaves turning yellow in front of the bright blue sky and decided that was worth a picture too.
The days are getting longer in Africa now, as they are getting shorter here. I get to see more of the morning on the cams at Africam now, which is good. 🙂 I see the drives go out at Nkorho and wish I was on one. The Spotted Eagle Owl eggs should be hatching soon and hopefully we will be able to get some nice closeups of the chicks. The Black Eagle chick fledged shortly after I returned home so that camera is off line until next year. The Cheetah cubs are growing up and have moved to a much larger enclosure in preparation for their eventual release into the wild.
You can see all this and more at Africam.