Monday, August 20, 2012

Shore Birds

Maine and Massachussets have great shorelines, but they also have great ponds and lakes.  While camping on Donell Pond in Maine,  a lake by any other state's standards, I saw and heard many loons calling across the water.  It is one of the few times I have not minded being woken up at dawn by a bird. The Loons would glide through the golden water in front of our boat, always diving before I got a decent photo.
    In Brewster, Massachussets, I stayed at an awesome couple's house near Sheep Lake, although maybe it was Sheep Pond... anyway, they had a Bluebird house with an abandonded egg in it.  It made me think about how animals can leave something so precious behind, not dwelling in the past. Must be nice.
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