One more day . . .

. . . and the opportunity for readers of the “D” short stories offerings to vote for their favorite of the ”D” stories (HERE) will end.

Not as many votes for the “D” stories, but I imagine everyone is concerned about the world coming to an end. Because, you know, sometimes it feels like it.

Birds seem oblivious to the danger we humans face . . . then again, we mess their lives up pretty bad, so I imagine they would be happy to see us go.

The guy above was busy calling out to potential mates . . . while gathering material to build a nest . . .

Other birds seemed content sitting around and looking down on the mess we’re making . . .

. . . while others still wanted a closer look . . .

These doves were trying out a nest which Robins built and used last year . . .

Yes, there are two there; perhaps this shot makes it easier to spot the other.

And, of course, the Moon doesn’t much care about any of our puny concerns . . .

That shot was taken during the day and it took some tweaking to get the nighttime equivalent look. This next shot was taken a number of hours later when it was dark . . .

I mean, the sky was dark, not the moon. Both of the last two were shot with the P900, my go-to camera for shooting the Moon. The rest were shot with the D7500 as I sat outside on a reasonably comfortable but rainy afternoon.

Sorry about the absence from the blog, but we were busy hunting for toilet paper.

Tomorrow, I’ll post the results of the voting. If we’re on the ball, I’ll also post the “E” stories . . . although I’ve yet to write one, so we’ll see.

Here’s the gallery of the above photos . . .

What? you want a joke? Oh, alright . . .

Wait . . . that’s not funny. How about this?

Also, because this is still barely March 14th . . .

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.

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