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April 14, 2020


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Jennifer Woodhull

Have they always been there, the fat, yellow-bellied birds inhabiting the tree outside my window in Colorado Springs? Or are they taking advantage of how quiet the parking lot and adjoining sidewalk and street have become? Did I just not notice them before?


Lovely. I have been walking 10 miles every day in our Santa Cruz county [Aptos] neighborhood. All the beaches and parks are closed. It is amazing how many new streets I'm finding, how many deer I see in our neighborhood, I'm loving other people's gardens [while neglecting my own]. I love the last two sentences of your post. Thank you.

Brent Zeinert

I've been walking closer to home myself. Places I don't normally walk around. My normal places to walk are too crowded. Like the river edge trails along the Wisconsin River. But I've been enjoying my other places actually. Almost like I'm rediscovering my neighborhood. I like to walk early in the morning when the bird life is more active and there are fewer people to encounter. My outdoor activity is usually done before noon. Like your photography too. Especially the bluebird image.

Julene Bair

That bluebird is simply stunning. Those of us who live near, or in natural settings, are so lucky, especially now. I'm happy for you, that your heart can bloom out into all the beauty around you.

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