Lots of shots: our readers have been busy

 

 

WNLP readers have been finding all sorts of photo-worthy things in the area the last few days. At top, Glen Richardson came upon a Green Heron during a rainy walk Saturday at Luhr County Park. Glen also shared what he describes as a fun “fungus” photo, above. For those who are into Where’s Waldo-like “treasure hunting,” Glen gave the following hint: this can be found also at Luhr Park.

 

 

Tara Hoffman submitted the above photo, writing that she was driving on Boyd Boulevard on her way to work. “Did a double take to make sure it wasn’t the moon in the eastern sky. It was in fact the beautiful sun.”

 

 

 

 

Corey Goers was on a weekend get-away: “Everyone is trying to squeeze a little bit more out of summer before fall grabs on to stay. We visited some family on Saturday in Angola, Indiana on Lake James. Jet skiers, kayakers, swimmers, and a seaplane were taking advantage of a nice weather day.”

 

 

WNLP’s Beth Boardman, too, captured evidence of the waning days of summer, above: “A beautiful late summer (early autumn?) evening at Stone Lake Beach is the perfect setting for a spirited game of volleyball.”

 

 

Timothy Cavinder snapped the photo at left: “I believe these are two Great Egrets or White Herons. They were busy last Saturday in Clear Lake, enjoying the warm temperatures and looking for some fish for lunch.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One Response to “Lots of shots: our readers have been busy”

  1. Beth

    Sep 16. 2020

    I enjoy the green herons on the pond behind my house. I think of them as the comical-looking cousins to blue herons, squawks and all. I think every family should have a cousin like that!

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