Thursday, October 20, 2016

Aw...Last of Hampton Tract

Greetings from the Hermit Writer. Readers are sexy.

I wasn't the only nut hiking in the heat.

But I knew to carry a camera.

A nuther baby gator. I call him George.

Aw, those colors are wunderbar, Ya?

I'd hang out up there too.

I think you can hear these hawks a couple miles away.


13 comments:

  1. Love the colours.
    And how I would love to fly. Soaring with the wind currents...

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  2. Hello, pretty skies. Love seeing the vultures soaring. George the gator has an eye on you. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  3. Beautiful images, Mac. I've been a little "absent" but am back now. We are in the mountains and will be hiking and walking a LOT to get hubby back up to strength.

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  4. George is rather sweet.

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  5. "Readers are sexy." That makes my day! :-)

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  6. another great set from your walk!! nice flight captures, they are not easy!!!

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  7. great photos--but what heat????
    I got cold today down on the dock with the wind--had to come in--!!! I must be a true Floridan now!! When 81 with a strong breeze makes me chilly!!!
    love and laughter, di

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  8. I think I would probably freak out if I saw a gator (baby or otherwise) while I was out hiking! (says the girl from the north...) Great shots of a beautiful hike!

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  9. Oh yes, yes, my favorite hawks...the Red-Shouldered Hawks are the most vocal and loudest of the Hawks in North America. Sometimes Blue Jays will mimic them perfectly~

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  10. Oh yes, yes, my favorite hawks...the Red-Shouldered Hawks are the most vocal and loudest of the Hawks in North America. Sometimes Blue Jays will mimic them perfectly~

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  11. Ahh, although you have written baby gator but it would be too huge and dangerous for me :)

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