Yesterday's ginormous photography session—it took 2 hours to download all 1042 images I'd managed to amass, and nearly as long again to go through them and choose which ones I wanted to share—left me with a bit of photo fatigue today. Not to mention regular old fatigue, given how late it was when I finished the last post. So the follow-up to Saturday's triumvirate of entries is this: a post with only three images.
They're all of a house sparrow I'm thinking about hiring to be my alarm clock, as it's not only very vocal in the mornings but is unbelievably loud for its size. And it seems to like perching on the corner of the roof closest to my bedroom window, so it's not like I'd be putting it to any great trouble or anything. Today, however, he chose to hang out on the transformer attached to a telephone pole sitting in the middle of our complex, so that's where I photographed him. I'm just grateful he waited until mid-morning to announce his presence:
Tonight's the series finale of Lost, which is scheduled to end at 11:30 p.m. So, fair warning: tomorrow's photo selection might be just as skimpy as today's, depending on how much sleep I get afterwards. ;-)