Sunday, September 15, 2013
HERONS can frequently be found at Elgin Heritage Park where I recently spotted this handsome character.
The bird lurked slowly and methodically by the shore of the Nicomekl River. It had an unwavering stare and a long beak shaped like a sword or (in my world) hedge clippers.
The bird's legs were as thin as reeds.
Expect the unexpected, things are not always as they seem and (because the next moment is unpredictable) the time to dive deep into life is probably now.
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