Monday, August 31, 2009

Soup season arrives.

Flashes of white in the sky catch my attention. Snowy Egrets are on the move from Essex, feathers catching the last rays of sunlight. Two cormorants accompany them. A minute later another flock is on the wing from Annisquam.

Dark birds hunch over the marsh in Revere. Blue Herons mark the fall of the tide and the rise of the sun while Great Egrets form a buffet line between the grass and the transmission line tower. A lone Osprey sits preening on a perch.

Labor Day is a week away and my favorite time of year is here.

1 comment:

corgimas said...

you missed a ripping current down at the shop on sunday!!!our little group was swept right down to the roll hole in about 4 minutes.....

see ya Sunday!