A Few Recent Snaps

Foggy afternoon over the ocean.
In love watching this humble bumble bee.
…until he flew off…
Pushing up through the soil.
A lot of rain recently, so there are a ton of mushrooms around.
Also… a Spiny Dogfish shark washed up on the beach. It appeared to have been bitten by a seal.
I wasn’t the only one to find it. Yum-yum.
Wicked spine above the fin… and the skin is beautiful. Smooth going toward the tail, sandpaper going toward the nose.
Parting shot.

tara caribou | ©2022 all photos by me

17 Comments on “A Few Recent Snaps

  1. Fabulous photos as always, Tara. That spiny dogfish shark was quite a find. While I’m no carrion eater, I’d have been tempted to turn its fin into soup. We’ve had loads of rain and have got loads of mushrooms too. Hope you’re having a good weekend.

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    • I’m having a great weekend, thank you! I will be ordering your Necropolis series on my next Amazon order, I’m looking forward to reading them!


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