Before I get to the hazard, I'm going to embed a slideshow of some photos that I took of a heron swallowing a fish. A BIG fish. You can follow it all the way down the throat. If you are squeamish about such stuff that should weed out all the people that don't want to see the BIG HAZARD. Following that, I am wrapping up my spring photos with some cuter, lighter stuff.
Now for the HAZARD--my closest encounter with a water moccasin. This actually came after my encounter with the heron catching the big fish (carp?) or I might have been a bit more cautious about sitting in the grass taking the photos.
It looked reasonably lazy, so I did get a bit of a closer look. I am not sure it was a great idea.
|Not a candidate for National Geographic Publication, but it did make an impression on me.|
This is a photo for Mother's Day-
Learning to Fly!
Spring has been an adventure for sure. I am sending this blog off to the heat of summer with a nice cool photo of a Seattle spring. Yes, I was in Seattle for a week. Even though a got a lot of photos of herons in Seattle, I think we need a change of pace.