I’ve been struggling to fit in a blog post based on the current weather situation, but it’s the weather that prevents me from doing so, whether it’s train delays or just plain exhaustion from having to deal with it…
At the same time, my heart goes out to those on the other side of the planet who are dealing with the exact opposite – terrifyingly too hot, too dry.
For a moment, I’ve decided to look forward again by looking back at some more photos from the East Africa trip.
I came across a day in the Serengeti when we must have seen many Grey Crowned Cranes, and they are a delightful sight. There’s so much more going on with this bird than grey!
Maybe they do start to blend in a bit when the landscape is grey. But their crowns definitely contribute to their regal appearance.
These are beautiful birds, great subjects to photograph! Nice shots Lisa! 🙂
Thanks, HJ! I recall having some flight shots somewhere too…I’ll find them eventually, I guess.
You don’t see one of those round here. Very exotic.
Thanks. Yeah, it’s too bad they don’t seem to migrate far. We did see some European migrants however.