Yesterday morning, before my walk, I looked out to see the full Worm Moon. The Worm Moon is the last full moon of winter. The name refers to the time of year when worm-looking beetle larvae emerge from the bark of trees as spring approaches and temperatures warm.
|Full Worm Moon, March 18th|
behind a thin layer of clouds.
|Sunset with a silver lining,|
|Thanks to those who let me know this is|
a Double-crested Cormorant.
|Mr and Mrs Mallard|
Be sure to check out Saturday's Critters!
During the several minutes I watched this bird,
it did not move, and it stayed on one foot the entire time.
I am curious if it is just resting on one foot,
or does it have just one foot?
|First day of "Daylight Saving" and|
it is dark again as I start my walk.
|First fishing vessel to see in a while.|
|Morning of March 18th.|
Green for day before ... St Patrick's Day
|Newest grain ship at the Grain Terminal|
|The Monrovia flag always catches my attention.|
|Nice to see a fully loaded container ship arriving.|
Note the variety of containers.
|Darya Shanti being loaded with grain from our Midwest farms.|
Along my walk
|Signs of Spring|
|Early light of sunrise tints the sky ...|
clouds blanket the top of Mt Rainier.
|Mount Rainier on two different mornings.|
|Compare to NYT's pic above.|
|This morning - Saturday, March 19, 2022 7:57AM|
John's closing thought ...
Russia's "Special Military Operation" is a tragedy for humanity.