And each of the animals and birds came in two by two… two by two… by two…..
“Noah!” shouted his wife. “Are you nodding off to sleep again?! How many pelicans are you letting on board? The whole flamin’ world will be covered with them!”
And so, my friends, it came to pass.
This prolific passing parade, pleasingly posing placidly paddling pretty pelican pairs, perspicaciously photographed at Greenwell Point, near the mouth of the Shoalhaven River on the south Coast of NSW Australia.
This river flows through the town of Nowra (as seen in my “Cambewarra Mountain View”) and its headwaters are “harvested” to supplement the Sydney water supply.
Technostuff: Nikon D80, 18-200Nikkor VR lens hand held @105mm. Aperture priority, 1/100 @ f22, ISO 200, Pattern metering, Auto Exp & WB