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I took this photograph near Mill Hollow Park in Fairfield, CT this past week. This lush green scene belies the fact that we had a sweltering humid heat wave going on. (The hot weather continues, but the humidity moderated a little.)
I started this sequence of four photograph posts with a tranquil scene, and am ending with one as well. In between, were birds of prey, which were fitting for my current view of our world.
This was a quote that I came up with for a recent art piece that I did:
I Crow Over All
Because Nature is neither Good nor Evil.
Nature is merely reproduction and survival of the fittest.
I took these photographs at the Reservoir in Easton, CT this past week.
The Great Blue Heron had ruffled his feathers and had a spiky porcupine look in the first photograph. I liked how the bird's colors blended with the green, yellow, and purple flower background in the second photo.