I thought you might enjoy these foot prints because, for the first day of spring I posted Mary Oliver’s Spring about a bear coming out of her cave, It begins…
a black bear
has just risen from sleep
and is staring…
her four black fists
flicking the gravel,
Some clever person enhanced the sidewalk with animal tracks on a new bridge over newly restored Strawberry Creek. It is on UC Berkeley property home of the Golden Bears! How they made the bird tracks is a mystery. Any thoughts on what process they used. Now why, I answer with why not?
I had been here before but never noticed the tracks. It took seeing them in the setting which created enough contrast to make them show up. The dramatic shadows are an added bonus of shooting photos at the “Golden Hour”. It’s almost like the critters are trying to hide behind the railings. I looked around to see where they might be…
Which photo tells the story best?
Created by Sally Donatello go to her site Lens and Pens if you want to participate or learn more about photography with non traditional devises.
All photos shot on my iPhone 4s in native camera and no app enhancements. Again I say time of day makes a big difference!