Birds, fog, forest, beach & tuna

Another busy week is behind us, and with every box now unpacked and many chores checked off our list, our house is beginning to look and feel like home.

As usual, I took breaks whenever I could, here are some pictures:

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This friendly yellowlegs didn’t mind getting close to me at all, in fact he got too close to photograph several times, and sat down whenever I sat down:

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This is the morning fog we sometimes get in Souris after a cold night:

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These are the fall colours along one of the Kings County heritage roads:

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Yesterday I went for a walk on East Lake Beach and found lots of little ‘beach treasures’:

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In North Lake I saw a big bluefin tuna getting brought in:

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The 309 kg (680 lbs) fish was processed in no time with the tail ending up as a fresh meal for this furry tuna-lover:

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dinner is served – North Lake

4 Comments

Nice pictures again. PEi looks very beautiful. The bird om your picture is named “Grote Geelpootruiter” in Holland. The tail on the beach is from a. Lobster ?

Thanks and yes that tail is from a lobster, I often see their colourful shells washed up on the beach 🙂

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