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Sailing on the Chesapeake #10

By handlerstudio  

While sailing back "downriver" to Rock Hall, we sailed past this fish trap (not too closely)....with the predictable cormorants stationed there waiting for dinner to be served with out any work. We see these in many parts of the Bay in shallow water (which much of it is), particularly on the Eastern Shore (which is defined by the Delmarva Peninsula....named for the three states of which it is comprised--Delaware, Maryland and Virginia). Also included in this set is a long distance shot of the "Geese Formerly Known as Canadian" flying in classic formation.

By the way....after dinner tonight, we were rematching (on You Tube) the Weekend Update from last Saturday's Saturday Night Live...the last part of which was a bit between Colin Jost and the supremely talented Kate McKinnon. Worth going and looking for.....

I actually have a craft show this weekend, a one day event in Connecticut on Sunday, driving up I will be back on EPZ on Monday or Tuesday.


Tags: Canadian geese Chesapeake bay Eastern shore Landscape and travel Fish trap Chester River

Voters: User_Removed, taggart, Daisymaye and 24 more

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taggart Plus
17 47 14 United States
17 Oct 2020 1:58AM
When did they (who) change the name ---of the geese?
17 Oct 2020 5:13AM
Lovely set, Peter.
17 Oct 2020 6:04AM
Stunning capture Peter the gulls and cormorants are just wonderful together. Instant award ...
Good luck at your show hope you do well,
Best regards
17 Oct 2020 10:22AM
Lovely set Peter, great informative caption. Good luck with your craft show.

Lory Smile
17 Oct 2020 1:01PM
Great set
Nikonuser1 Plus
9 170 16 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2020 1:18PM
A great set Peter, the cormorants are not silly are theySmileSmileSmile

Saastad 2 16 15 Norway
17 Oct 2020 3:10PM
Nice set Peter!
17 Oct 2020 3:51PM

Quote:When did they (who) change the name ---of the geese?

Chinga Plus
11 3 2 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2020 9:48PM
Love how this location is attracting so much wildlife...
Beautiful images Peter... Isabel GrinGrin

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