Sunday, November 1, 2009

hints of a less gentle life

The far end of the west island, in the middle of the lagoon, had a small pile of 'filleted' skates lying on shoreline rocks, the flesh stripped from bones most probably by a large bird (image not snown). More large green pods affixed to vines grow at the edge of cliff-like berm.
Another image shows a 'pink ribbon' location at the entry/exit walkway leading onto the west island beneath the Lyons Bridge, with Indian River lagoon in the background. Foot-long-plus fish are often found along west island shorelines with flesh removed, among large shorebirds.

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