I have barns for you today. Well barns and a machine shed, but use your imagination. 🙂
I apologize for the lack of activity of late on the blog. A combination of things have prevented me from making any posts. I was out most of the day yesterday finishing up a photography project for the City of Maquoketa and so I took a long slow drive through the country on the way home.
It was like I had not where in particular to get to and all day (afternoon) to get there.
Sunday was a beautiful crisp autumn day with not a cloud in the sky. It would have made my job easier yesterday if there had been clouds because I was constantly fighting the harsh light of a washed out sky. But I’m not complaining. Days like yesterday in November are rare and to be enjoyed.
I saw lots of deer on my travels. I came very close to hitting a huge buck deer chasing a doe. He had one thing on his mind and was frothing at the mouth. It was the largest deer I have ever seen and he cleared a high fence in one effortless leap and was gone. It was stunning to see something that large bound so high and so effortlessly
I also saw lots of doe running across the road and through the fields. I could never get a camera on them and the one time I did it was late enough in the day that I didn’t have time to change my ISO so I ripped off about 40 shots at 1/80 of a second and that produced a lot of brown blurry things on green grass. 🙂
Here is a question for you Miss Marilyn. Is the plural of doe – does? or did I use it correctly in the sentence above? I searched the internet but there were as many contradictions as there were answers.
That’s it for today. I’ll be spending most of the day processing images for the project. I have to deliver them tomorrow.
Thanks for stopping by the blog. Enjoy your day and be careful.