I have been spending way too many hours in front of the computer these last few weeks. Granted, it has been raining a lot this spring, but the last couple of days have been way too nice, and I have missed being behind the lens.
I spent an hour today at an old Boy Scout camp that was built back in the 1800's. It is a collection of four log cabins and a large rock-built fire place in an open field. The field was surrounded by poison ivy so I am keeping my fingers crossed that getting these pictures doesn't leave me with this itching malady.
The cabins are kept up by the town and there is a small pond on the premises that the local kids like to fish in. It was nice today with nobody around so I could get my images without interrupting anybody. My family had launched a canoe and were trying to catch some dinner. In about an hour's time they had caught a couple of perch - not near enough for a meal but they we not giving up hope.
It felt good to be outside for a brief time and I must remember to do this occasionally and enjoy these little respites.