Out on the mudflat, mulling over mud-things. The tide is about to turn. Better hitch up your pants.
Wow! What a shot! Did you sit and wait for this moment? It's so sharp! I think it's award winning photo.
Tatyana, I must confess; it's a cheat. I saw this thing hovering above the ground. I thought it was a bumblebee, but it was a cone snared and swinging back and forth on a silken thread. I had to lie on my belly and take about 20 pictures to obtain these two relatively sharp ones.
Ha, that's great! Well worth lying on your belly for. I was going to guess that you had one of your little helpers repeatedly drop the cone until you caught it in the air.
Hm, you are too honest - I would have believed it was a real falling cone caught by an incredibly fast shutter speed. Still, secret revealed aside, very cool. I can ID a Doug Fir cone but was never sure what those little ones were. I need to take a tree ID class one of these eons.
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