Sunday, July 02, 2006

Chapter Two: Birds Along The Wild Waccasassa


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Around each bend were beasties of every kind. Here are some black vultures enjoying a dead alligator.


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A night heron in need of a watch. The girly one manned the bow and swung her Nikon well.


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Allmost all of the photos in this tale of subtropical adventure were taken by her...we'll call her Emma.
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6 comments:

Ava said...

Wow, I've not seen a dead alligator before. And what a pretty vulture ... well ... if pretty is a word we use for a vulture ....

Ava

kevin said...

A dead alligator? Was Quigley spotted anywhere in the vicintity?

Floridacracker said...

Ava,
You have a kind heart if you can see the beauty in a vulture. I see it too...

Kevin,
Oh those inside jokes! Perhaps the Quig had been here the day before... LOL

kevin said...

I thought you'd get a laugh out of it. We rode past the scene of the almost crime yesterday. I don't know if you have seen that area lately but it is nothing like it was in days of our shooting sprees.

Great pix by the way.

Thunder Dave said...

Wow, what an excellent trip!

Floridacracker said...

Kevin,
I have been that way recently and I can't believe (yes i can dammit) the changes. Trendy houses all over.

ThunderD,
It was. Buy that property yet???