Closing In From Behind

On a recent afternoon out at the salt marsh, I saw a great blue heron flying just above the reeds and taking some serious evasive maneuvers.

The guy closing in from behind looked rather sinister to me and I believe I’m not the only one that decided he might be up to no good.

Since I was not the target of the hunt I didn’t actually have to leave, but our nervous GBH friend clearly figured it would be a great idea to quickly depart the premises.

Closing In From Behind

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