A Walk on the Fourth — pat morss

We walk every day, but this was specifically on the Fourth of July.

Oak leaf on new paving after the rain
Lobster buoy on the Audubon rocks waiting to be retrieved
No Mallard families swimming Niles Pond, but 50 adults here behind the causeway
Good balance, particularly when napping
Our daughter notes they are in “eclipse” plumage when molting, and stay near shore while temporarily flightless
A female staying out of the water for less exposure
Brace Cove has a new cover of red seaweed
Gloucester’s weather delayed the fireworks until this evening, the 5th
But we had a preview before the weekend

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