Saturday, at Gooseberry, the weather was beautiful, sunny and a little windy. Because of the inclement weather and storms we've had recently there was a large amount of wrack on the east side beaches. It would've been a great day for a beach ramble. There was a large amount of fresh shells, and the seaweed, instead of being broken up into small pieces was there in larger clumps. There also was a lot of people out enjoying the Gooseberry walking and observing our natural world around us.
I arrived at Sachuest on Sunday, prior to sunrise. There was a large amount the clouds in the East, which made for some interesting patterns, but also cut down on the amount of color in the sky. Despite checking all around, I did not see any deer, which disappointed me. However, a Savannah sparrow was foraging in the grass island in the middle of the parking lot and was not very skittish. Laying down in the grass, I was able to photograph the Savannah sparrow at eye level, until it disappeared into deeper grass. Hopefully, that coming back in a late afternoon, I will be able to see and capture some deer photographs.
Monday evening I am going to try to capture the Antares Rocket launch from Wallops Island in Virginia.
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