There's a crab apple tree down around the corner along my walking route to Lake Arbor. It's been loaded with old dried apples since last fall. I keep watching it, thinking it might attract some waxwings, as I've heard reports of them locally in the past couple weeks. Finally the other morning, I saw some birds flying around the tree as I approached. Yep, cedar waxwings. I ran back to the house and crabbed my photo gear. Got a few shots of the birds feeding on the dried apples. First really decent shots I have of waxwings.