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posted by Daniel D'Auria alias Dr DAD (Daniel A D'Auria MD) on Tuesday 29th of August 2017 11:50:20 AM
Saturday morning was unusual, as mornings go. As I sipped my morning coffee, watching sanderlings scurry and scuffle along the intertidal zone, a black bellied plover decided to join them. I had managed to grab only a few photographs of the unusual occasion when I looked up to see, not one, but three, Osprey hovering over the water, close to shore. Where churning breakers make their peace, and surrender themselves to the sandy shore, is usually a place for children and their doting parents, but not a place for these mighty raptors. At least not while I’m on the beach. I watched as this splendid creature dropped to the water’s surface, touching his sharp talons to the rumbling sea and ultimately deciding to leave behind whatever had captured his gaze. He rose, again, into the air. I stood directly in his flight path and he gazed at me briefly as if in wonder. Effortlessly, he turned, glancing toward the rising sun. The spectacular trio flew off together into the northeast wind, all but unnoticed by sleepy beachcombers greeting the start of a new day. It was an unusual morning, as mornings go.
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