Pelicans and power plants

On the jetty at Moss Landing, drawing brown pelicans and California gulls, hearing sea lions bark and inhaling aromatic sea salt  mixed with giant kelp. Almost edible.

Harbor seals snore on the beach and sea otters lay on their backs in the swell, their front paws pressed together. The fog is coming in, and the tide is going out. 

Happy Friday.

   
 

About zeladoniac

Debby Kaspari travels the world with sketchbook and binoculars, drawing and painting in wild and not-so-wild landscapes. Norman, Oklahoma is her home base, and she lives there with her tropical ecologist husband and a mackerel tabby named Gizmo.
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4 Responses to Pelicans and power plants

  1. Corienne Cotter says:

    Wonderful. Feel like I’m there with you.

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  3. Jim Smith says:

    Sea Otters LIE on their backs, they do not LAY on their backs.

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