Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Watery Wednesday Eyeing Strolling Silently Along the Shore of Herring Cove

16 comments:

Sarah Laurence said...

Funny images! It looks like your are enjoying your vacation. I finally put up page tabs on my blog. Thanks for the nudge.

Giga said...

Duży i mały pięknie na plaży wyglądają. Z przyjemnością bym z nimi pospacerowała, bo kocham morze.Pozdrawiam

Country Gal said...

Nice photos. Hope your having fun !

chubskulit said...

Very calm and serene images, so relaxing!

Raindrops and Dew, come and see.

Ruben said...

How sweet! Fantastic photos. Is the little bird a young bird?

Now it´s possible to translate my blog into your language! Chose 'English' in the drop down menu. Good luck!

Kram
/Ruben

Ruben said...

Hi again!
Carol, you have the virus I´m writing about in the States too! I vas talking to a person in Chicago, who was well aware of the virus. So watch out!! ;-)

Have a nice day!
/Ruben

Esther Montgomery said...

Hurray!

Andrea said...

It is nice to put captions here. I smiled when i thought about their conversation. Enjoy your rest Carol.

NatureFootstep said...

I love the way the gull is checking out the vader. Nice set of shots.

Have you seen my NF Winged meme? It is coming up tonight.

http://nfmemes.blogspot.com/

Carolyn said...

Hi Carol,
It looks like such a peaceful place to just relax and observe nature and enjoy.
We have gone to Cape Cod a few times and I love it there.

Take care,
Carolyn

Gillian Olson said...

Lovely shots. Is the little one a sandpiper?

ann said...

Very nice stroll and great pictures. It does look rather cool, though.

Carol said...

Thank you everyone for sharing this delightful scene with me. I too love to imagine the possible dialogue Andrea. Ruben and Gillian the Ring-billed gull is observing a Sanderling. At least that is what I think it is. If I have no words you can always look to my labels for identification. Thanks so much to everyone again for your interest! Carol

Tammie Lee said...

so lovely to see the ocean and it's critters. looks like a gray day... like ours is.

Island Threads said...

I was wondering if the larger bird was thinking the smaller bird would make lunch!

from comments you are on holiday have a nice time and rest, Frances

Gloria, Dakota Garden said...

Your pictures are always amazing. What a lovely bluebird!

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