Essex Street Marsh full of flora and fauna

Posted Sept. 25, 2012, at 9:54 a.m.
An American lady
Dave Small
An American lady
The American crow.
Dave Small
The American crow.
Cedar waxwing
Dave Small
Cedar waxwing
Colorful common tansy
Dave Small
Colorful common tansy
The eastern phoebe
Dave Small
The eastern phoebe
A muskrat at work.
Dave Small
A muskrat at work.
A tri-color bee.
Dave Small
A tri-color bee.

I like to share my photos and something about the locations where I capture the images. Not always glamorous places, not always glamorous critters, and especially, not always great photos, but these places and flora and fauna are near us and accessible. Regardless of outdoor activity interest — hiking, fishing, hunting, skiing, baseball … you get the idea — there’s anaffordable digital camera, sized just right as a tag-along.

No interest in photography, no problem. Just get some extra enjoyment and observe and appreciate our fantastic Maine outdoors.

The attached photos were all taken at Essex Street Marsh during a one hour outing. “Vitamin N”.

Please feel free to visit my web site to see more critters, all from Maine: http://photosbychance.zenfolio.com/

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