Yes, I would enjoy being a great wildlife photographer. I can see myself now, hunkered down by a waterhole in Kenya, with a zoom lens far more giant than the one I have now, taking picture after picture of lions and elephants and giraffes and zebras.
But we do what we can with what we are given.
So I went down to the little creek that forms below Cretin Avenue, and I squatted in the brittle leaves, and I waited.
First came the Squirrels.
Then came the Robins
No, I know they're not elephants or zebras.
But they get thirsty too.
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