Hot Summer Days

 

We took a walk a few weeks back and decided we’d cool off a bit in the local waters. While there, I took some photos I thought you’d enjoy.

Sandy Pool. Photo by Lenee Cobb
Sandy Pool. Photo by Lenee Cobb

Who, besides me, can spot the little green lizard thing within the water? He looks like the Geiko Insurance lizard to me.

Butterfly bush caught in the washout. Photo by Lenee Cobb
Butterfly bush caught in the washout. Photo by Lenee Cobb

Every year the Dungeness River floods out. Most rivers do around here. The washouts leave sandy pathways to walk upon within the Alder forests, and trees and bushes floating to places they’ve never been before.

The Giant of Dungeness. Photo by Lenee Cobb
The Giant of Dungeness. Photo by Lenee Cobb

Do you see the Giant? Not many people realize he’s there . . . watching . . . watching

But what’s summer without that handy dandy swimming hole?

Swimming hole of summer. photo by Lenee Cobb
Swimming hole of summer. photo by Lenee Cobb

Last one in’s a rotten egg!

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11 thoughts on “Hot Summer Days

    1. Oh wow. It’s so cool being able to communicate with people across the globe. I knew someone who moved from here to somewhere around Port Elizabeth. He was going to turn his acreage into a game preserve. Once upon a time ago I got to correspond with a writer from around Capetown who was a game warden-type gal. I LOVE that we can do that! Nate King Cole is one of my favorite singers, even though he was before my time.

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