I had to go to Custer and Hot Springs yesterday, so I drove 36 to Custer, along which I saw this group of Dark-eyed Juncos feeding at the edge of the road. I didn't know what they were until I found them in my Audubon book and on the internet. They have a variety of shading, from slate-gray to peach-and-brown. Strange. Cute.
Later, in Wind Cave Natl Park, I saw this coyote a couple of hundred yards off the road. If I had remembered to adjust my exposures, I'd have had some really nice shots, but what I have are grossly over-exposed. I managed to manipulate them in PhotoShop until they were at least viewable.
I also overexposed this shot of an eagle looking at the menu. The menu is also considering the eagle. The distance between the two is considerably greater than the foreshortening of the lens implies.