There were hardly any birds at the salt marsh today so I resorted to a landscape. Another good scene for an artist but there were none around either. This is a northerly view at low tide. The ocean is about a quarter of a mile behind the camera.
Summer is coming to a close. The fields are turning golden yellow. It's September 1st and hot, humid and colorful at the salt marsh. The morning bird activity has stopped. At times like this, I focus on the landscape.