Sunset Park Elm: Backdrop

studentfilmelmFor a student film. But I would argue that this is not the tree’s best side.

2 Responses to “Sunset Park Elm: Backdrop”

  1. 1 Peggy Herron April 17, 2016 at 7:04 pm

    Because of your Greenwood Cemetery photos we went today for a drive and walk thur the cemetery . I found my first ground hog resting under his azalea ,a yellow rump and a lovely. Red tailed hawk who looked like a regular by one of the ponds . What a nice quiet afternoon . I was pretty excited about seeing the ground hog but I didn’t intrude on his Sunday .

    • 2 mthew April 17, 2016 at 7:25 pm

      It was a lovely day in there today! We may have been there the same time. I watched a Red-tailed hawk around the Sylvan Water, the one with the island, for close to two hours this afternoon. It’s a juvenile bird; it made one pass over a ground hog… As I was walking away, an Osprey floated over, then the Red-tailed, and then a Peregrine went hell for leather after the Red-tailed; very dramatic. Tracked down at least one loud Norther Flicker in a hole advertising his digs. Friend told me he saw four young groundhogs in different parts of the cemetery yesterday.

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