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__I see with young eyes, an old mirror. Here, I hope to offer... as I see.

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Too, from old pocket notes, but new;  they all win. 
__Nearby, beach activities have been deferred in an effort to aid the waning Plovers with their reproductive process. 

white caps
their race under warming clouds
plovers beach

9 comments:

Bhagya Shree said...

Deep and beautiful.

Nick said...




You can't help, you can only watch - and refrain from doing harm.

Lorraine Renaud said...

I love the ocean so much, and the white caps, you are a kind and intelligent man Doug, you do what you need to do.

Timoteo said...

Catching up with the rich imagery of your work Love it!!!

Bill said...

Respect for the rights of plovers. Well done.

Magyar said...

__Thanks, Bhagya and LL, Nick and Bill, I appreciate your kind thoughts; Tim, so good to see you again!
__The local coastal towns have controlled the 'Plover' beaches... 3 cheers to them! _m

Jan said...

Doug, I so love to read your few lines that always say so much more in between the lines.

Nature...she is both beautiful and tender, but she can also show her wrath~

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Tikkis said...

In some cities' beach there are too many barnacle gooses here in Finland, and those birds are leaving a lot of such a white spots...

Now authorities inspected from those some dangerous viruses or something. :-(

But barnacle gooses are protected by law...

There are also some other birds "occupied" some small islands.



barnacle gooses -
in the beach
a child eating the sand