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Wednesday, July 18, 2018


Underway on a hot morning
I cut our morning hike short because I had an early doctor's appointment, and neither Becca nor I were disappointed by the abbreviated trek; it was just too darned hot out there today.  For the next few days we'll be breaking the century mark again, and we're not looking forward to it.  The monsoonal flow pattern we're in right now is such that even as the temperatures rise the humidity doesn't drop significantly.  When the dew point is 45 or 50 degrees it feels pretty awful if the temperature is 100 plus.
Just out of the shade where she took a brief respite

Along the squiggly trail

This Ash-throated Flycatcher acted as if he wanted his picture taken

Watching to make sure I captured his good side

Did you get it?

Is this the one?

Move around for a different perspective

Hard to get a better shot of a resting bunny rabbit

1 comment:

Dr. K said...

Excellent photos of the flycatcher. It really seems that it was posing for you. And that rabbit is so cute!

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