|Blue Dawn vines grow everywhere!|
So much beauty in a small package. Amazing to think that I was there for a week and only explored 5 of the natural spaces on the list though we drove by several others.
|Shooting everything with a lens meant for distance makes burry close-ups.|
Two of my favorite spots in Bermuda were on the list. One being Cooper's Island which I shared with you already.
|Lava rock exposes itself everywhere.|
|I was surprised by the cactus growing on the cliffs.|
The other was Spittal Pond.
It's a great little hike through the trees . . .
. . . down around the pond . . .
|Great Blue Heron hunting at the pond's edge|
|Mallards out for a swim.|
. . . and up to the rocky coast.
|I guess they are called Rock Pigeons for a reason.|
|Yellow-crowned Night-Heron looking out at the sea.|
Filled with beautiful flowers, colorful lizards and dragonflies, and of course birds.
|The feral chickens are beautiful, but a real problem on the island.|
|A beautiful Mourning Dove sporting her blue shadow.|
|Juvenile male Cardinal still watched over by dad, but getting his red plumage.|
|The Great Kiskadee should be the national bird. They are everywhere.|
|This Great Egret, like many birds we saw, are also prevalent in the US.|
And the views of crashing waves on a windy day were stunning.
There are just not enough adjectives.