Sunday, October 25, 2015

Cape May Point

Cape May Point, New Jersey, is always nice -- but I love it in October. The leaves are changing, the summer tourists are gone, and the hawks are migrating. Click on the photos to enlarge.
Today there were lots of hawks sitting in the trees around the Point, like this handsome Cooper's hawk. 
But one of the best moments of my long walk was when I paused by a creek to investigate a quiet smacking sound. It turned out to be this mallard duck voraciously munching duckweed. Apparently duckweed is beak-smacking good. 
The autumn leaves looked great. 
The rest was soothing scenery. 

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