Three years ago, my daughter and son-in-law gave me a special Christmas gift: a new camera. Since that day, I’ve been haunting rivers, woods, and fields for birds in a new journey, one beautiful way to look up and see the world new. Now, thanks to Green Briar Review, I can share my first cover photo of a Heron in Winter.
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That’s a beautiful image, Kathy. I’m glad it was published.
We had some snow, but it’s gone now and there’s none in the forecast?
How about you? I hope you don’t have a dry winter.
Don Mitchell author of the story collection A Red Woman Was Crying. and the memoir Shibai: Remembering Jane Britton’s Murder photography: hilodailyimage.com newsofelsewhere.com sometime blog: don-mitchell.com
Thanks, Don. That means a lot coming from you. We are having a surreal dry winter so far in Denver, though the mountains just got a good pelt of snow.
Lovely! I kept buying better and better cameras until I realized that I have no eye for a shot like this one. Now I let Melody take the pix. Good work!
Dear Joe, I snorted. (: