Photographed on 4/2/21
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A while ago, I had taken this picture, not thinking much about it until coming across it later and thinking that this gull was really good at balancing on the wire. Calm, cool and …just casually sitting on the wire! Here’s an example of how a one dimensional photo lacks the extra information gained by depth perception. Do you see it?
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As seen some years ago on a cloudy day in New York State
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During this Pandemic Summer: a Sea Doo ride across Barnegat Bay at dawn to Island Beach State Park and the resident shore birds and ghosts of the 100 plus year old fishing shack still guarding the dunes overlooking the Atlantic Notes: The “Judge’s Shack” is the last remaining fishing shack on the ocean side, originally built over 100 years ago. It is about a mile south along the beach from the bay access path. The adventure started at sunrise, across Barnegat Bay. Except for the first image, the images are in chronological order. And yes, the sea gull in the 4th image, is YAWNING! Wake Up time!
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A TALE OF TWO HOODED MERGANSER FRIENDS
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Last image above: Probably about two years old, hawk-eye started acting silly, like any two year old, and in seconds, flew away. Thirteen days later he returned, as captured in the first two pictures at the top.
Thanks to Disperser Tracks for catching my initial error in ID’s this as an Eagle. Live and learn! M 🙁
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Photographed at our local Osprey nest on Barnegat Bay last week, Dad (left) and Mom (middle) are seen raising three offspring, shown here at a young age of about eight or nine weeks. It’s late afternoon …dinner time, and a fresh fish is the meal at their feet on the right. What intrigued me was the color or their eyes.
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