Reflections on Life through poetry, essays and photos
Eyes of the Ocean
My wifi connection here at the beach is so slow that it has taken me ten minutes just to download/upload this photo, so others will have to wait. This is the eye of a needlefish seen on the beach yesterday. It was three or four feet long…Okay, finally, 20 minutes later, I was able to load the “eyeless” portion of the post.
Oh Wow~! Great photos, but hurry, they are already starting to smell~!
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As did my hands afterwards. There was another intriguing bone or beak that looked like it was from a collosal pelican but kids told me it was part of a huge fish. I’ll do a photo of it later when I’m at home with a signal..That was the smelly one!
That one on the lower right looks like a mahi-mahi, but was so atrophied it is difficult to tell. To see that you, who hates fish, got this so close, shows a real progress in your photographic efforts. BTW – when will you get home so we can have faster posts~?
I am still under the weather, but because I am “sitting a lot”, too many thoughts go through my mind that need writing. I just wrote one about a pig, (politician)~!
Poor little Tami must do her walks on her own, but she comes back in to tell me about what she saw and chased. I did make a quick run to the drugs with her, to get another bottle of “Pepso dismal”.
I could use some of that. All of my Omeprosol capsules melted!!!! Over all the other pills in my pill minder. What a mess.
I bet you could get Prilosec (OTC) to last you until you can get home~! My problems are doing OK tonight.. I just finished watching a movie that was shot on Avery Island and it really gave me a homesick feeling for the good times of my young years of growing up. Such a beautiful place.. You would love it, flowers, birds, gators, and hanging Spanish moss everywhere, even without the Tabasco. And it is Crayfish season~! (but then,,,,(Oh never-mind~!) Maybe you could learn to like a bland crayfish etoeffee, it does not taste “fishy” at all.
Oh my! Those are some photos!
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Nature’s art is everywhere. Good finds.