Early Morning Middle Of Summer In Isla Verde
of Puerto Rico by Raúl Colón
Enjoying Mother Nature on Isla Verde Beach
Last night I spent a few hours with those guarding a Sea Turtle nest.
The Tinglares (Leatherback Sea Turtles) don't appear to be ready yet.
This morning mother nature was very active.
I started my morning watching dozens of Pelicans fishing closer than usual; it was a delight.
I have a feeling that today those Sea Turtles are coming out.
I will do my best to protect this and other sea turtle nests around our coasts.
I wonder what else mother nature wants me to capture and watch.
The privilege of being able to live near the beach here on the Island of Enchantment.
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