C. managed to survive with all his limbs and sanity in tact. It was scary there for a bit though.
That’s what happens when you agree to go out with your mother and she has her camera along with plenty of opportunities to experiment with lighting (and C. is becoming more of a ham since he’s taking theater at school). I always get left behind whenever anyone is with me. What’s up with that?! So I took almost 300 pictures yesterday within a 3 hour period. Doesn’t everyone? Heh.
I’m not putting all of them up here. So you can breathe again. However the lighting was fun and many animals seemed to want to pose. Even me.
There were birds and turtles and otters (OH, My!) and all seemed to be picking a spot and posing for a portrait. It got a little worrisome when I asked a bird to look to the left (comicly, I promise). Then he looked to his left. It was time to go. The sun was also beginning to set.
And they were turning on the lights.
By the time we got home, there were different “lights” visable in the evening glow.