Low Tide Mangroves Russell Island

As soon as I look out and see that it is low tide, I know the mangroves are now exposed and I can go down to the waters edge and walk through the mangroves and down along the bottom of the Bay.

If its early morning, the area is full of midges and mosquitos and I take a photo or two and go back up to the sunshine. The evening before the sunset its always rich with flying mosquitos so I seldom go down to the mangroves. But there are the times when there are no midges or mossies, and then I wander the mangroves enjoying the quiet down there beside the water’s edge.

Published by Ladymaggic

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