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  • galveston1
    Ah, Galveston. I love this island. For those who haven’t been reading long, my history with the island is that I spent four years there while in college. The island is equal parts old money, spring break, summer vacation, and ratty hole-in-the-wall. It’s still a little bit of a place called home for me, though.

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    Chris and I spent a little bit of time down at the beach that we got engaged at. We think.. You see, when we got engaged there were more dunes and vegetation and a sign for riding horses on the beach. That was back in 2001. Since then Hurricane Ike came through and well, the scenery has changed.

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    I believe this is a snowy plover. I was hoping for piping plover but the eye patch threw me off and my guidebook suggests snowy plover instead.

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    Cndarians of some sort....
    This pods of jelly are some kind of comb jelly I believe. I’m having flashbacks to invertebrate zoology right now and memorizing taxonomy.

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    Here’s your run-of-the-mill laughing gull….he wants some food.

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    The fishing was good out there!

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    I’m going to go with ring-billed gull for this one….flying on by.

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    I love the feathers on the wing tips of this brown pelican as it is flying by; very poetic and graceful.

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    But poetry and grace take the backseat when dinner calls!

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    3 Comments

    1. Gayle Bicik says:

      really enjoyed the pictures!

    2. Erin says:

      I love that pelican photo!

    3. Moosie says:

      “Sigh”!!!!!!! I wish I were sitting there right now. Love the pictures.

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