Why is this adult Canada Goose lingering at the edge of the reeds, and wherefore such a malignant eye on me? Could there be a nest nearby?
This week we are challenged to “notice the structure of everyday things around us and imagine the biological blueprint that created them.”
This wetland marsh is re-created every winter and spring in front of The Breakers. It hosts a diverse population of migrating (and resident) birds.
As the rains decrease and days grow longer in summer, the wetland recedes transforming to meadow and dune.
wetland to meadow
Wetlands are wonder-full places. Lindy, I enjoyed seeing how your photos show the transformation of this seasonal wetland. Mother Nature sure knows how to create efficient structures!
She surely does! Thanks, Jane. It’s really nice to see you whacking away at the WP Challenges!
Great post Lindy, it looks like a fascinating place 🙂
Thank you for visiting and commenting! There is so much to see and learn about in nature — guess I’m hooked!!
Sorry for taking so long to get back to you Lindy, I’ve started a photography course, and everything has been a wee bit hectic over the last two or three weeks.
And you’re most welcome, and I agree, nature is amazing, it’s very easy to get hooked 🙂
Appreciating nature is always a refreshing thing to do! Good pictures!
Thank you, Shibin! I do love being in nature.
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