The last time I went to Oaks Bottom, back in January, the temperature was in the thirties, and I had to call it quits when my fingers couldn’t feel the buttons on my then-new camera. It was much more pleasant this time, with summer scenes of wildflowers, singing sparrows, cedar waxwings, and a downy woodpecker nest.
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Another wonderful spot! Love them all, but maybe especially that mid-step of the GBH. Or maybe the wren. Or the waxwing wings .. ! Nicely done.