Snapshot(s) #136a, b, c, d, and maybe e

I walked around beautiful Lake Ella in Tallahassee yesterday, enjoying the slightly overcast day. All the normal sights were on display: turtles, geese, ducks, and people. Today, though, I saw something I’d never seen. A blue heron came flying across the lake with something in its beak. 

At first I thought the something was a fish or a frog, but when the heron landed I realized it was a baby duck! Let’s call these, “The Circle of Life,” or “Requiem for a Duckling.”





The heron didn’t appreciate an audience while it ate, so he flew away with the duck still clamped in its beak.


Ah, the circle of life. Poor little duck!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

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