I've already used shots from this same walk on several other posts, but I took a ton of pictures so have many more to choose from.
The great blue heron below almost looked like a sentinel guarding the lake.
After I zoomed in on the heron, it looked like he was standing on one foot.
I need to get motivated to walk more even if its mostly a photo walk.
It doesn't take as much energy to walk if I stop every few steps and take a picture.
The main thing photo walks take is time.
It can take 2 or even 3 times as long to walk around the lake when I take a lot of photographs.
Sometimes I'm astonished to realize how long a walk has taken until I consider that I've taken hundreds of photographs.
Even when I don't spend a lot of time composing each shot, the click, click clicks add up.
I haven't taken very many pictures in the new year but I made up for that on the last day of the old year.
I particularly like to catch reflections in water.
The evergreens around the lake keep some green going year round.
This post is getting longer than I intended.
I didn't count the shots as I uploaded some on flickr to use.
Once they were uploaded I realized I'd picked more than I meant to.
Ironically, it takes more time to be selective and choose a few than it does to wind up with longer posts.
The main problem with picking too many shots for a post is I run out of things to say.
Rather boring of me to have nothing to write about except to say I have nothing to say.