SDP is 3 years old today! I'd like to say we're celebrating this achievement by proudly strutting around the SDP Headquarters with our heads held high (sort of like that baby sandhill crane), but the activities here are rather subdued. We've been on hiatus for the past moth due to computer issues. Now that we're fairly certain in which direction we're going to move (as far as purchasing a new computer, photo software etc.), I anticipate we will be back up and running by next month. (The issue currently at hand is that we really don't have a mechanism to archive photos.) As anyone who maintains a daily photo blog can understand, the past three years with SDP have been a labor of love and a blur. I'm looking forward to posting once again on a regular basis and seeing everyone in the blogosphere. Now, about this photo: I went to a state park early Sunday morning in hopes of capturing some wildlife (with my camera only, of course). Well, I saw zip, zero, nada. Only when I was leaving a busy shopping center did I spot some wildlife --- a family of sandhill cranes enjoying Sunday brunch at a condo complex. When I realized one of the birds was a juvenile, I had to stop. Look at the size of those legs and feet! Hope everyone has been doing well.