There’s something so restful to me about Canada Geese, all bathed, all tucked in…
Especially if there are reflections involved.
I saw my very first Laughing Gull of the season yesterday at Wychmere Harbor.
And we waited.
Someone got tired. 😉
My focus of this past week’s trip to PTown was, indeed, the BIRDS!
But I also got to see some truly beautiful spots, with great views.
Like the view of Race Point Lighthouse from Herring Cove Beach, something I had never seen before awaaay across the water.
Last night I posted a photo of a stunning Eider drake at MacMillan Wharf.
And here, tonight, is one of the Lady Eiders I met there, too.
I thought she looked a bit on the sleepy side, almost as if the sea was gently rocking her to sleep.
It made me wish I could join her… 😉
I know everyone always gets totally bedazzled when they see the male Red-breasted Mergansers.
And they are, indeed, handsome devils.
The other day at the Chatham Fish Pier, it was all about the LADIES!
And as I walked away I couldn’t help wondering what kind of gel they used, the hold in all that wind and chop — was simply AMAZING! 😉