Yesterday afternoon on the way home Marc noticed a Tweet announcing a Virginia Rail at Abingdon Square Park, which is a rare occurrence for a very small park. It was a life bird for me. There was about a dozen other birders there, most of whom I know. We had cameras and binoculars, which amused the locals. The Virginia Rail seemed quite comfortable. It was feeding on dozens of worms and dodging around the legs of the people sitting on the benches.
I photographed this water tank this morning from my kitchen window. I don’t suppose it is dificult for you to guess what I did to this image?
My husband, Marc Felix, was conceived in an apartment in this building in 1945. Soon after that his family moved to Horatio Street.
I included a hidden door for fun.
BugGuide.net helped me ID the fuzzy one.
I changed the backgrounds.