I thought that maybe I would switch jobs and be a wildife photographer. Here are some photos I took in the pasture the other day. This marsh hawk (birder friend, Claire, tells me that it is a northern harrier, but marsh hawk is the name I remember) was flying around the pasture, would land, and then as I stealthily snuck up on him, would take flight again.
Same with the egret. The hawk is on the ground and the egret comes in for a landing. I don’t have a very long lens so this is the best I can do before they take off again.
So I guess I’d better keep at the fiber business and just use wildlife photography as a side-line!
Some of this weeks scarves:
These first three have supplementary warp of various odds and ends.
More log cabin scarves:
These are the same except that one has a bleached white yarn and the other has an ivory yarn.
A friend and I did an impromptu dye session this week.
She dyed yarn and I dyed fiber.