2013 Project 365

Project 365/93 – Cracked Structure


Today was supposed to be a day of hiking. But the spring air called me and I ventured off to a Industrial wasteland, turned protected natural area at Swan Creek Wetlands. The wetlands is located next to the Port of Baltimore’s dredge area under the Francis Scott Key Bridge.

The wind was brisk and the temperature was still cool. It didn’t stop me to enjoy the avian visitors that were present today. In particular this pair of Ospreys that were setting up house.



I realized that I’ve been having Β way too much fun capturing nature and sharing my discoveries with you. So attempts to find something more structural, something more textured, something different for you to enjoy today.


I was hoping the cherry blossoms would be blooming in Washington DC this week, but the continuing cold temperatures is delaying their floral display. Looks like next week will be Washington DC, Cherry Blossoms time. It’ll be good for this country mouse to get back into the city.


Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly. I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be. This is the interrelated structure of reality.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

34 replies »

  1. Amazing captures of those Osprey! It’s been cold here too but supposed to warm up by the weekend. Can’t wait to see your cherry blossom images! I like to get into the city too…it’s nice to change things up once in a while.

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