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Guess the creek?  From what continent rich does it flow?  What mysteries lie upstream?

Bird life is certainly rich, perched on some exotic geographical

forms.

And who manages these rich fields of grass (spartina coneyii)?  Where are the farmers, possibly watching with eyes masked by foliage?

Dancing birds.

Crabs were copious, and swimming blissfully in the act of making themselves more copious. Count them here.

Rare geological formations, crater lakes with caverns and

caves.

Odd relics . . . could they have religious significance?  Might this be an outpost of the Nacirema?

Like this quadrant . . . surely the Nacirema would direct their lives using such devices.

Behold the intrepid explorers and their vessel.  Might this be another Tide and Current Taxi project?  Doubleclick enlarges all fotos:  What is that blueish stringy structure below off to the right, just above the stern of the boat?

More expedition fotos in tomorrow’s post.

All fotos by Will Van Dorp.

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