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Ripple Effect

I intended merely to capture an image of this shorebird, which I believe to be a willet. I was pleasantly surprised when I viewed the photo on my laptop. 32 more words



Kiawah Island – 3 December 2017


Willet On the Shore

Although I have seen a Willet in flight it is more common to see them walking the shore, poking the surf and sand for food. 98 more words




The willet (Tringa semipalmata), formerly in the monotypic genus Catoptrophorus as Catoptrophorus semipalmatus, is a large shorebird in the sandpiper family. It is a relatively large and robust member sandpiper, and is the largest of the species called “shanks” in the genus Tringa. 62 more words


Completed: The Martine Sweater

It’s been a minute since I posted a knitting project, but that doesn’t mean I ever stopped knitting!

I took some time off from knitting sweaters (other than my yearly… 1,975 more words

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Gulls After Supper

This year I started taking regular trips to the water to offer food to the gulls. It’s a nice opportunity to watch them close up, especially if there’s a breeze for them to hover on. 696 more words

Galveston Birds