A long great blue heron overlooks a pasture in clearing fog, San Joaquin Valley, California
I photographed this critter on my first bird photography trip of the season in the Central Valley of California, during which I visited several wildlife refuges in the Merced area. In typical Central Valley form, the day started out very foggy – tule fog hugged the valley floor and obscured the view in many places. By late morning most of the fog had dissipated, and hazy light came through the still-humid cools-season atmosphere... (continued: http://www.gdanmitchell.com/2013/03/24/great-blue-heron-foggy-pasture)
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The new record low for May 2 smashes the previous record of 22 set in 1954, according to the National Weather Service. It also ties the mark for the coldest temperature recorded in Denver in the month of May, set back on May 3, 1907.
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