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Two gulls on an H-bitt, a tern on a rudder quadrant below the highlands of the Isle of Staten,

a gull and two night herons  (see the second one directly below the first, near waterline) on disintegrating wooden scow,

a loon in the north woods waters of Opeongo,

a solitary heron over the skylines of Bayonne and Manhattan,   (about to change?)

a hovering osprey over some potential lunch,

FEDEX coming to a corner of Jamaica Bay to roost,

and my all-time favorite roller bladista reaches to harness the zephyr on the Strand of Coney;

…  all these have enriched my summer.  I’m off to catch the winds myself.

All fotos by Will Van Dorp.

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