Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Song of the Spiralling Woodcock


The last few days I've been able to improve my quantity of outside time. Monday, after work, I made a couple of stops to shoot pictures of the high-flowing streams including 16 mile creek. Monday night, I went out to assist Gabe with his painting with flash assignment for school. We found a field on a quiet back road and set his project. The result... some pictures where 1-3 me's are doing a variety of weird and wonderful stuff including a bit of Tae Kwon Do. It was fun to hang outside at night and I got to hear the mating song of the Woodcock for the first time, although we weren't lucky enough to see one.

Yesterday, we did a field site investigation trip (shucks darn - twist my arm, break it off - with it sunny and 22 degrees) and visited about 8 potential field sites in the Grand River Watershed. The weather for the next few days continues to look promising with a potential hike this evening and hopefully some time this weekend.

Anywho... I'll post up a few more pics and maybe a poem in a bit.

Jennith
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