Journal Entry 06.13.2017 – Cloud Dance

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Journal Entry 06.13.2017 – Cloud Dance

It being a week now since the “big” rain… that delivered well over 10 inches of rain to the area is a matter of days… I thought it a good time to check out the local wetlands at Loxahatchee National Wildlife Preserve, which is located on the verge of civilization near State Route 7 / 441.

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Perhaps it was due to the growing clouds or humid heat, but there were fewer birds to be seen today and most appeared to be clones of each other, either Great Blue Herons or Great Egrets.  I didn’t see any alligators or turtles, either.  It could have been the dim light, as there were tall thunderheads and billowing cumulus clouds forming and reforming on high above.  What did strike me was the sheer number of flowers blooming in the marshlands of Loxahatchee, including the cheerful yellow ground daisy…

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Author: dreamweaver333

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