Thursday, March 15, 2012

Fulton Texas Marina

The second day, we divided into 2 separate groups. One group would travel by boat to the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge to locate and photograph The Whooping Cranes, while my group would start off early in the morning and cross the street to the Fulton Marina and photograph the Bay and the Marina- _DSC4279 March 10, 2012 NIKON D7000 and hopefully if clouds would clear photograph the sunrise. However, it was a dreary morning, with some drizzle and rain, therefore no sunrise. The Marina itself lent itself to some great photographs of the shrimp and fishing boats.
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There was also Boat-tailed Grackles and the ubiquitous Laughing Gulls present  at the marina.
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Off to the side of the Marina in a grassy field was an old car, - old car_ROT0751_HDR March 10, 2012 NIKON D3Swhich had grass and weeds growing through it and which led itself to an HDR.