It’s unspeakably delicious and I could eat it every single day if I could.
We always like to get to the restaurant a little before they open to spend some time behind the restaurant. Geese, herons, ducks, turtles… you never know for sure what friends you’ll make – but the experience is always magical.
The stars of the show this time were gorgeous, graceful white herons. I say they were the “stars of the show,” but to be honest,I was so enraptured with them I couldn’t take my eyes off of them. There could have been a dinosaur beside me and I’d have never known.
If you’ve read other Genuine Kentucky “Kentucky Pictures of the Day,” you’ve probably seen that I am obsessed with reflection pictures. When trees, birds, animals, or even good old-fashioned human beings are reflected in water (or glass for that matter), my amateur photographer heart skips about a hundred beats.
It’s my thing, plain and simple.
These two beautiful birds were, however, most interested in fishing on the banks, so I had to wait quite a while.
I didn’t think Murphy’s Law was allowed at Kentucky Lake! Is nothing sacred?!?
Kentucky is such a beautiful state and affords us so many chances to have our breath taken away. Best of all, this is true spring, summer, fall, and winter – so get outside and enjoy the beauty that Kentucky and its wildlife and trees offer.
You never know what… or who… is waiting for you.