Photo by Salt Water New England

Friday, March 19, 2021

Transitioning to Spring

Photos by Salt Water New England


















 

14 comments:

  1. What animal is that in the photo below the white house with the flag?

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    1. Looks like a fisher cat. Nasty little critters.

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    2. Might be a weasel. It's the one animal I've never (or not yet) seen in the woods. Haven't seen a mountain lion, either; not even a Nittany. Seen just about everything else.

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    3. Ah! So it's a fisher. They don't live around here. That explains why I've never seen one.

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  2. My guess is it's a fisher cat. What is it doing out in the middle of the day? Not the most pleasant animal in the animal kingdom, not at all!

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  3. A lovely compendium of the change of seasons. The muddy ducks were especially poignant to me because Texas is so dry we have no mud.

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  4. What wonderful photos to start the weekend! Thamk you so very much!

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  5. A robin sighting is a sign of spring for sure. The photo of the two children by beach, wow, that could be a Wyeth painting ( I thought it was at first---beautiful shot).

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  6. Another breath of fresh air in this crazy world. Thank you so much.

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  7. AS usual, beautiful photos! The Fisher Cat looks interesting, are they native to the northeast?

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  8. Love the ducks!

    The photo of the oyster shells reminded me of my younger days as a landscape designer. I thought that crushing oyster shell couldn't possibly be too difficult and boy was I ever wrong! We finally rented an asphalt roller.

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  9. Owls have been out and hooting lately.

    Grown up fisher cat. Young ones have spots.

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  10. As usual, simply beautiful photos, Muffy.
    They have been thoroughly appreciated and enjoyed.
    Seems like the canines have been inside during you recent shoots.

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