Wild Observations Walking
January 1, 2011 § 2 Comments
My friend Tess peeled a Satsuma for each of us at breakfast.
Fort Ward State Park, Bainbridge Island, WA
Then we walked by the Cormorants.
Tagged: Bainbridge Island, birds, Cormorants, food design, Fort Ward State Park, Satsuma peels, sun stars, Washington
Oh wow……….amazing what you can do with those orange peels other then recycling them!!!
And what a beautiful shot at Fort Ward State Park. We have a few more beautiful days before the rain returns. And then………….I think I see some snow possibilities in the next few weeks. Stay tuned…..
Happy New Year Pierr!!
What a touch to peel a satsuma in such long strips
without breaking it!! Am sure they were tasty
and the peel arrangment made them even more memorable.
Delicious way to start the New year.
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