It was a very strange weekend, especially for Minnesota.
Saturday was sunny and in the low 60s; a day that begged me to go out with a camera and try to find interesting things to shoot. So I went over to Lone Lake and started walking around the path. I spotted a woodpecker (I think it was a red-headed one), but it flew away before I could get a shot. Spotted some warblers and nuthatches, but no decent shots of them presented themselves.
Given my previously stated interest in dead trees, it is not surprising that the below image was the only subject that warranted processing (the ones of just the bark separating from the log weren't sharp).
Of course, as I was leaving a pileated woodpecker flew out of a tree on the far side o stand, and away into the woods. And I could hear it laughing at me as I reached the parking lot. Maybe just from evading my camera yet again, or maybe because it knew the following would be my only shot on Sunday: