I mean no disservice to the average Woodbury resident, but I wonder how many of them have ever taken notice of this little creek and the surrounding wetlands that exists right on Main Street in the heart of town; it’s easy to miss driving past at forty miles an hour. I’ll admit that I have noticed it, but paid it little attention. Maybe that’s a good thing for the wetlands, which are so important ecologically. Perhaps they fend best when we just leave them alone. This image is, in a way, a continuation of the preceding post about trying to pay better attention to what I haven’t noticed, or photographed, in my own hometown. It was taken less than a block further down the road on Main Street. Pentax K5IIs with 55-300mm zomm lens and processed on my iPad Air. The lighting conditions were perfect, high overcast, near noon so virtually no harsh shadows. I parked my car by the side of the road and put out one of the yellow hazard cones that that I keep in the car for just this kind of situation; it’s a busy street and I didn’t want to get rear ended! A note: I post full sized, hi-res images so you can see all the detail I see. I’ve noticed that it can sometimes take a little longer for the images to “fully develop” (at least on my iPad) so that all the information is visible. I sometimes wait as long thirty seconds for the image to reach its full resolution and sharpness. Please give these images a moment for best results. Thanks.