Sunday, September 2, 2012

Up A Different Creek

Different paddles, different kayak, different creek.



Osprey nest on a cell-phone tower.  Might as well give that ugly thing as many uses as possible.



There's a lot more water out here than I'm used to.  (Brunswick bridge in the faaar background.)



Zoooooom.....all these photos are straight out of camera; I'm too lazy to look for photo editing software on Dad's computer.




Moss Cottage in the Historic District.  (There's also a white heron in the marsh grass to the left.)




Jamie Dimon's yacht isn't nearly as nice as I expected.



Here's a video of not much.  Blogger, why must you shrink my videos so?




Here's a video of something a little...more.  And right outside the back door.



10 comments:

  1. Yay Jekyll! Pretty sure I've actually been on that boat, isn't it one of the dolphin tour ones?

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    1. Yup--the Oglethorpe was going out when I paddled in.

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  2. Cool!
    Not to worry about blogger shrinking your videos - I always "full screen" them.

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    1. I wish you could "middle screen" them. :) The original size is somewhere in between!

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  3. Lovely butterfly video :)

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    1. Thank you. They were everywhere!

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  4. Looks like you're having a delightful time! I've been on Jekyll, long, long ago! The osprey are wonderful - they'll find and make a home out of any tall perch.

    Nancy in Iowa

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    1. They say once your feet touch the sands of Jekyll, you'll come back.

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  5. Nice photos, oh and I've said it eight trillion times, use Live Writer to create and post blogs THROUGH Blogger. It's free and more powerful. Carry on.

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    1. Well, go say it to someone else. I've been using Live Writer for many months now, but I was on my folks' computer when I posted this. I can't remember what Live Writer does with my video size, I'll have to go back and look.

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