Off in the distance, an alligator begins to stalk the boat, and the
intrepid tourist readies his camera.
This photo was taken a fraction of second after the 'gator's mighty
jaws clamped shut on a defenseless marshmallow.
Here's a good look at the gator. I would have gotten closer, but
that would have required me balancing myself on top of the tourists who
were on that side of the boat, and I didn't want to risk falling in and
getting my camera wet.
This is an egret. At least, I think it's an egret. However,
the person in our party who is good at recognising birds says it's a Great
Blue Heron, and the person in our party with a good memory says that the
tour guide identified it as a Great Heron or something.
It looks kinda transparent, but I think that is a result of me blowing up the picture. I don't think that the bird is actually transparent.
This photo is roughly the same place as the egret/GBH/GHos appeared.
Perhaps the bird really is transparent, and that's why I can't find it
in this picture. Or maybe there's something else interesting in this
picture. If anyone finds something interesting in this picture, please
let me know.
Below are two marshmallow-eating swamp pigs. Since they aren't
afraid of the water, they stand a good chance of becoming alligator food.
However, we all hope that they manage to avoid the 'gators until BBQ season.
There is a turtle on this log.
That's all, folks.