Saturday, November 25, 2017
This Will Be a Short Dam Report
The weather is quickly changing from autumn to winter on this island, dammit.
It was the first time since March, I had to put socks on, along with the flip-flops.
When it gets below 20 degrees Celsius, that's something like the high 60's Fahrenheit.
Socks, bluejeans, flannel shirts and wool-lined jackets, ain't really my style.
But, I had to bundle-up to go work in my freezing office. I don't want to turn the heat on, yet.
All of a sudden, I stepped outside the office and the sun was shining. Whoa, baby!
A backpack got stuffed with cameras, lenses, lunch and a camping chair.
The jacket got chucked and, I hiked to see how the dam birds were doing.
The Ospreys were flying around Kin Dam, looking for fish. It must have been lunchtime.
The birds, don't exactly pose for the camera and, they move fairly quickly.
From the dam, also know an Okukubu, they search the Okukubi River, all the way to the ocean.
It might take 150 snaps of the shutter button, to catch a bird's golden eye.
If, the eye isn't lit up by the sun, just right, I usually throw the photo away.
Things got so busy, for a while, I forgot about eating the lunch I had packed away.
Who wants cheese, crackers, and canned tuna fish, anyhow? Yuck.
Here's a photo of an Osprey, bragging about the fish it caught.
It would have been much nicer if, the bird was flying in blue skies and looked towards the sun.
Five hours out there with a heavy backpack and, I came home sweaty and sore.
End of the Dam Report