A Curmudgeon Doc on the Eastern Shore of Maryland wondering what has happened to my country.
Wow - what a crop!!!I love the bubbles and sheer joie de vivre in the first one - makes me first smile and then laugh out loud, not from humour but from feeling good.Then I keep smiling at the Cheshire Cat expression, not to mention the impish pose, in the second.The third appears to be locked in tango practice with a Brillo pad ... or perhaps it's just an outpouring of brio!Travis's fourth one is thoughtful and endearing.Wilder's two crabs look as if they're having a thoroughly good time at a wild party with the neighbours: a small ray and a seagull.All in all, a thoroughly life affirming bunch!(Sorry if this lacks the gravitas which your own commentaries usually manage ... it's because I lack medical training!)
Always appreciate your comments, Felix. The third one was great interest and I really don't know what to make of it. The crabs are o.k. this year. But, the supply is decreasing dramatically just as other Chesapeake Bay species (oysters, rockfish). We're doing a good job of screwing the planet up.
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