We’re still not moved yet. I can’t say this is the worst move we ever made because the move to this house was equally traumatic. Moving is about the most emotional change you go through. There’s sadness about leaving a home you loved and happiness about building a life in another. Right now, I do feel betwixt and between. Richard and I talk about “home” and have to qualify which one!
In the meantime, I’m able to go on photo outings. This blog is about Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area (also known as the Vic Fazio Wildlife Area). I was there a month ago, but each time is different. On this trip, the hunting area was open so Laura and I drove through it. We saw more wildlife than on the regular driving route. Maybe they knew they were safe at the time!
Right now, photography gets me away from a house that’s missing furniture, a house that’s being painted and floors being put in, and the stress of it all. I did pack my camera cases, but not my cameras and gear. Yes, for me photography is great therapy for the moving blues!
Here’s the latest from the Yolo Bypass. Again, my bird book is packed, so no captions!
2 thoughts on “Betwixt and between: Yolo Bypass”
Wow, you got some beautiful close ups here, Anne!!! And I hope you can move to your new home soon!!! I know how frustrating is to move to a new home (in my case, new country….)…. But at least you have time to evade yourself and go to take photos! That’s good!! 🙂
Thanks Mercedes. The photos have to be close ups because my lens is a fixed 300mm. It works well when shooting wildlife since they are usually far away, but at the zoo, I can never get the whole animal in the shot.