Questions?

Today’s photos are simply here as tools through which I seek information.  Not just to show you another duck/goose photo okay?

Cool lovely morning in Tingley Beach. Feels like a gun-toting Republican-free zone. Only the cyclists, dog-walkers and a skinny runner in kilts.

The questions follow right after this first dawn on Laguna Drive heading toward the river.

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NOW FOR THE QUESTIONS:

WHY DO SOME WATER FOWL HAVE GREEN BEAKS AND SOME ORANGE?

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WHAT IS THIS PLANT? FIRST PHOTO THE SEED POD AND THE SECOND THE FLOWER THAT PRECEDED IT?

 

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WHO IS THIS?

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About mneset

Writer, Traveler, Director/North Fourth Art Center

Posted on September 17, 2013, in Living LIFE and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Why do waterfowl have different color beaks? Why not? Why that “particular color” is a better question and can be answered, perhaps, by an expert in that field. I would call that a trumpeter vine, maybe. not sure. Great Blue Heron is one of my favorite birds and we have a lot of them here in Delaware

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    • Hey thanks. From now on shall I consider you the fount of all knowledge, or is that font of all knowledge like Times Roman? But I’d like a better answer on the beak color thing. I mean really!

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