Green Cay Walk

Anhinga drying off, photo by Eliza Ayres

Green Cay Walk

Autumn like weather has finally arrived in SE Florida. I decided to venture out into the relatively cool temperatures (60 degrees F; 15.5C), grabbed a camera, climbed into the Kia, and drove to a nearby wetlands to do some spontaneous birdwatching. I actually haven’t been to one of the county wetlands for various reasons for quite a while — namely, I take issue with the still persistent masking policies. However, today, there were few masked bandits on the boardwalk; it’s ‘permitted’ to go maskless outside. Ya think? Sorry, but I detest medical and governmental hypocrisy and overreach.

Anyway, walkies… outside the neighborhood for a change…

Great White Egret, photo by Eliza Ayres
White Lilies, photo by Eliza Ayres
Little Blue Heron, photo by Eliza Ayres
Grebe, photo by Eliza Ayres
Camouflaged Green Heron, photo by Eliza Ayres
Little Blue Heron, photo by Eliza Ayres

I didn’t see any gators today or turtles. The air was coolish for the reptiles, I guess. Since I haven’t been to the wetlands for quite a while, I noticed a lot of growth in the pond apple trees. There were probably more birds flying around than were posing for a photo. The photographers were out in droves, toting their long lenses. I have a simple Nikon Coolpix point and shoot which works fine.

It was great to be out, again. I’ll go for more of this sort of walk in the local parks soon. Since the heat and humidity is giving way to some cooler temperatures, it makes this kind of walk very pleasant.

Hope you enjoy my modest presentation. Since I haven’t done this for awhile and the software on my laptop has been ‘updated’, I had to figure things out all over again. What a bother!

Enjoy your day!

Eliza Ayres

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8 Responses to Green Cay Walk

  1. Nice pictures. And I also do not like the masks, and forced vaxes. Time for people to say no, and tell the government what to do as it was stated in the US Constitution. And I think people world wide need to govern themselves, as I think we should have been doing all along. And not allow our selves to be rules, controlled as we are. I think we are doing that, standing up and starting to rule ourselves.


    • Eliza Ayres says:

      Totally agree. We are witnessing the Deep State agenda being played out in front of the eyes of the world. People need to determine what is their truth. Giving up your power to be ‘safe’ is proving to be dangerous to your health and well-being. Choices are being required and we’re all having to dig deep into our own psyches, common sense, and critical thinking. I never believed in the ‘pandemic’ scenario from the get-go in early 2020. Nothing that I have observed has changed my mind or altered my jaundiced perception of the state of our current ‘health’ system. People… at least some are beginning to comprehend that we have been existing within an inverted matrix. That former reality is now painfully evident for those who have eyes to really see, not what they want to see, but the TRUTH. Where did the common flu go? Where is the actual evidence that the ‘virus’ even exists? To date, no one has volunteered actual concrete evidence and germ theory is just that… an unproven theory. Sorry… got on a rant. Tired of seeing how disconnected people are these days to reality. ~Eliza


  2. Barbara says:

    Hi Eliza, love your pics… and the little Grebe so sweet and for sure we could use a lot more sweetness… i.e. and thanks for your rant, too! I couldn’t comment yesterday, because my area, Fraser Valley of British Columbia, was experiencing a massive wind and rain storm, power out, that went on for two full days. Many people trapped on the highways from mudslides, but all rescued by the military and their helicopters and set safely down at shelters. And I can say for sure that not one person was masked or asked if they were vaxed… my humor. Plus, I’m fully “prepped” for any future emergencies. Our outdoor store here opened for some folks to get camper stoves and flashlights. However, I got to say it’s good to have heat and power back on. Love, B.


    • Eliza Ayres says:

      Thanks, Barbara… I noticed the weather report on the PNW, including BC. Those storms can be rough. I’ve lived through a few of them in the past myself. Glad you’re okay. Yes… the wee little grebe was adorable… all by itself in the pond. ❤ Eliza


  3. denis says:

    Hello Eliza,
    Thanks for this uplifting message with your as usual commendable photographs.
    Great to have you back!


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