Perennial lovers of the berries of the blueberry bush. The *blue jay striped socks may still be difficult to spot amongst the foliage. They will wait patiently in the area of a ripening bush and then carefully remove the ripe berries, returning throughout the ripening period.
A deft sock hunter may take advantage of this behavior. Stationing myself in a quiet spot, I waited for several hours at the peak of the blueberry season. Quietly, quietly I watched the bushes and waited for my opportunity. After some time, when I was sure the blue jay striped socks had found a new set of bushes to raid, they presented me with my opportunity.
With aplomb I snapped my photograph and present it now. With a light stop, this is your Sock Hunter, signing off.
*Zwerger Garn Opal 4-play, US 0 Hiya Hiya Steel DPNs, basic stockinette sock with slipped stitch heel flap