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schools of fish? thatmuch wiser than ourlearning gangs -in tune with instinct, bursting light,& swift currents,& when mouths gapeonly because realnourishment awaits,not settling for mereopinions, trustingancient circulations, mysterieswavesceaselesslycarry
Now you've gone and done it. They're too pretty to eat.
Anonymous, that's a good one. (They all are.)I've been reading that salmon are having trouble avoiding becoming an endangered species, so maybe it's best not to eat them, Karin.
Thank you, Anon. Your poem moves like a fish in currents. xxooKarin: They are attractive, aren't they? Then, of course, they are spawning. They have to look their most dazzling so they can get a date ;)Petrea: Some types of salmon are endangered, like you said. These came from a hatchery, and they'll be safe from fishermen in the Nature Center waters.
I'm glad. It's hard to keep it all straight.
Yes, it's twisty, just like a fish :-)
Much wiser indeed, Anon. How strange to see salmon doing goldfish impersonations, Ms.M.
So lovely. I always enjoy your photos.
Dive: the salmon are quite talented around here.Thank you, Margaret!
So beautiful fishes!Love so much the first photo and the quote too.Have a lovely week.
Thank you, Sonia! I hope you have a wonderful week, too.
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