A very early walk around Searsville Lake with a colleague from Acterra. We watched the almost-full moon set behind the pink waves of fog, and the borderline of sunrise creep down the hills, across the San Andreas Fault, then across Searsville Lake. Aah, warmth!
A kildeer, with chick, stood right next to the road, well before sunrise. These ground-nesting plovers seem very vulnerable. Still, they persist.
Mid- to late-spring flowers abound. Birds and bunnies begin their day, anticipating the sun.
Dan, again these are wonderful! Dawn is the best time to enjoy nature.
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