I will cut off that plug and attach an American type. I thought I had a plug somewhere, to use, so I could do that tonight, but wouldn't you know, I can't find it.
Ah well, tomorrow then. Also will order an extra battery.
Here are the first photos I took on the camera. Two of Tonka and one of Winter.
Now, to the ugly side of nature.
I was coming down under the over pass, near the cop shop and homeless shelter, when a huge hawk, Red Tail I think, came swooping out of nowhere and plucked an unsuspecting gull from the air. It was a big bird the hawk took from the sky and the hawk struggled then briefly, losing altitude, before securing his prey and flying back across several railroad tracks to sit atop a utility pole where he began to tear the poor bird apart to eat.
I drove back around several blocks to where I could cross the tracks, then back to sit across from that utility pole. I had only my phone as camera, but I took video and pictures, as feathers rained down, like snow falling, from the carnage above.
The hawk was very large, far larger than the Coopers hawks that frequent the blocks near me to hunt down anything they can snatch from the air. Our small town has a lot of hawks currently, and they kill a lot of small birds.
It isn't pretty at all. In fact, it is gruesome to watch and yet the hawks are mesmerizing in their skill and beauty.