Out the Window

I am taking three days off from work this week.  My wife took a ski vacation, the kids are in school, and I thought I would work on a project.

The project is to write concisely and succinctly why I consider bioluminescent dinoflagellates to be kinetitrophic organisms.  I have written about this topic previously on this blog, and the subject just fizzled.  My goal is to push the idea, at least to the point that the question gets considered by people who do research on those organisms.

But I have been procrastinating.  I have already procrastinated for 25 years or so on the idea.  Do a few hours more hurt?

We have a light snow, and I looked out the window.  Cardinals have a tendency to visit the feeders in groups.  I got five male cardinals in the same photo.

Break over.  Back to work.

About the roused bear

Nature photographer from central Iowa.
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