been fishing

 

under water

flash of black and white

cormorant

 

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fishing over

time to dry and clean

black and white

This Little Pied Cormorant had been fishing along the breakwater at Sandringham Yacht Club. It was amazing looking down into the clear water  to see the way this bird was flashing backwards and forwards below the surface with wings tucked in , twisting and turning beside the rocks. Suddenly the agile fishing machine exploded out of  the sea and landed on this rock below me. What else could I do but start clicking the button on my camera furiously.

My contribution to RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge 73 Black&White.  To explore an abundant cornucopia of haiku from talented poets across the world visit https://ronovanwrites.wordpress.com/2015/11/30/ronovanwrites-weekly-haiku-poetry-prompt-challenge-73-blackwhite/

 

 

 

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22 thoughts on “been fishing

  1. Lovely haiku and photo! I sat at the beach this morn and watched a bird diving for breakfast for the better part of a half hour. It would stay under for three rolls in and out of the waves and then come up with something tasty, eat, then dive again. Moments like these I regret not having a camera with stronger lens capabilities. Earlier in the week I saw a grey heron sitting on the end of the old pier, just hanging out. Lovely to birdwatch (and listen too).

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