More Ruston Way

Since I couldn’t remember anything special about our last Dunes Walk, I thought I would jump ahead to our recent trip to Port Townsend.  When I actually looked at what I had downloaded, though, I decided that I liked a few of the pictures too much to just ignore.

For instance, this shot of a Harbor Seal resting on an underwater rock fascinated me.  At first, we all thought it was a piece of drifting kelp; it wasn’t until it raised its head that it was clear it was a seal.

I had a hard time locating the Turnstones that I’d seen nearby, but I’ve learned to always check spots where I’ve seen birds recently.  It must have been their nap time, too.

I had a hard time locating the Turnstones that I’d seen nearby, but I’ve learned to always check spots where I’ve seen birds recently.  It must have been their nap time, too.

But my favorite shot of the day was this male Belted Kingfisher who stayed put until I walked onto the pier.  

It’s always a good day when I can manage a shot of a Belted Kingfisher.

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