Saturday, November 21, 2009

Rain, rain...

It's that time of the year again when Mother Nature gets slightly tempered, pouring rain more than usual. That marks the arrival of the Landas season normally lasting up to the month of February or may just exceed looking at the unpredictable weather condition these days.

The sea is rough here with tide sometimes reaching almost to the edge of vegetation. Not forgetting debris from the sea stranded on the beach created an unpleasant view. Logs, bottles were some of them.

But the good thing is that there is an increasing number of waterbirds landing at the beach. At least 10 individuals (of the Plover species) seen yesterday.

A Selunsur log found stranded on the beach yesterday

Scattered debris of crushed leaves, twigs somehow look nice here

Rain or shine, the Park still is open... Adventurous?Come explore during Landas!

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