The Doctor’s remaining web cam ceased to function at 05:50 this morning. The Doctor has had a tough year with his equipment.
No eulogy please. He is proud of this old camera. It survived the hurricane and two days of high tide, nearly drowning its spirit. Around here we don’t look backwards; we keep moving forward, anticipating new osprey excitement and new ideas. Curiosity obligates our interest.
Some observers of ospreys note that breeding pairs often construct a new nest following a natural disaster. The nest, called an “eyrie”, is generally built on the top of what remains of their old nest, or in this case their nesting platform. It is usually a weak intimation of their original nest.
Before our camera winked out, it courageously gave us these images.
It would not be right not to thank you for your dedicated service.
Thank you, Outdoor Web Camera #38-F, Beta pixel augment 4, Digital Relay 6 DVR; T-Mobile Sprint image processor Pro.
Do not think you are unappreciated.
Now we must get back to the Doctor’s Affirmations.
“Granny Lou. You can be sure the Doctor has plans for a brand new osprey platform. He has unintentionally let me peek at it’s mental image, and oh wow, is it going to be nice.”