Over the last three days, I’ve given three presentations and led a workshop. I think I’m running out of words. There’s no question I’ve run out of the desire to be around people. I say this in defense of what is going to be a late and very short post at the end of this long week.
I scanned quickly through my February photos tonight and found two that are very different in scale. One from early February is a close up of a grazed plant in the snow. The other is a shot of Sandhill cranes that have been pouring into the Platte River this week as part of their annual migration. I hope you enjoy this very brief (and admittedly lazy) overview of February on the Platte River of Nebraska. I’m going to bed.