Sailboat Mast Reflections
Marsh Grass Reflection
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Pattern & Texture
Dry sea grass present in a salt marsh in the Fall gives a unique pattern and texture.
Great Egret Preening
Cormorant in flight.
Trash strewn railroad track meanders through arch disappearing past a pile of railroad ties into the woods.
It was overcast and windy when I went down to the saltmarsh. Strong gusts of wind made it hard to keep my camera steady. The few birds there were hunkered down below the marsh grass on the mudflats.
Swaying in the Breeze
A gentle wind moving a stalk of wetland grass (Common Reed) from side to side.