Friday, August 28, 2020

Mangroves

A few pictures that tickled my fancy from a walk with Rusty a few days ago. A little serenity in a busy world.




Happily I managed to find a couple of pigeons for today's essay. These two look like they may be recovering from a marital spat. Perhaps that might be the case were they human. Probably they were just hanging out together.

These water pictures I made using the reflected light of a mostly overcast evening. In the lower picture the old gambusia trench is much more clearly visible. They were hoping to develop these areas so they dug trenches to hold gambusia fish which live in the mud in the dry season and eat mosquito larvae in the wet season. 

Gratuitous Rusty picture: