Monday, February 1, 2016

Snaps - Robinson Preserve 2

Greetings from the Hermit Writer.

The preserve is awash with horseshoe crabs (at least their remains)

Pretend the sky is blue...imagine 'pretty'

A splash of color

And a little more

Now, Mac playing artsy...with the gray day and these vultures...just had to do it.




19 comments:

  1. Love the subtle elegance of the grey day you have captured.

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  2. Nice lacy tree in between the vultures.
    Grey days often offer a more subtle perspective.

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  3. I'm pretending the sky is blue...

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  4. Gorgeous. Even the vultures!

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  6. The horseshoe crab shells are interesting. Not something we'd find up this way. I like the second photo with the soft grey sky.

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  7. I love the tree against the silver sky!

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  8. Vultures are looking keen. Take care!

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  9. i like the trees against the sky no matter what color it is. :)

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  10. Your first photo is very interesting for me. I have never seen such remains earlier. Like some Hellenic armours after the battle :) Really nice!

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  11. Would love to see a hermit crab in the flesh - or shell as the case may be.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  12. We never see vultures when we go on walks here. I'm OK with that.

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  13. Pic 2 doesn't need a blue sky as the reflections in the water are wonderful.
    Vultures!!! Don't have them in Oz so very interesting.

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    1. you don't have VULTURES? That's amazing. I assumed they were on every continent. They fill a unique niche in biodiversity.

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