Herons are pretty skittish birds and even with the fast-moving Neuse River between us, he was constantly away of what I was doing. This was right at the mouth of Falls Dam (the only place you’ll see whitewater on the Neuse).
The sunrise is reflected in water flowing out of Falls Dam in Raleigh.
It is hard to get a shot where the water is moving and the heron is not. On the upper Neuse River in Raleigh.
Let’s start with “What” The “What” is a Take-Away Rental. In our world, this means you book a rental online, swing by and pick it up, and then are facing a world of possibilities on where to take it. That’s what this post is about; what to do with the kayak (or canoe or SUP)
A single thistle grows along the bike path on the Neuse River Greenway Trail.
The herons were out in full force this weekend. It must be that time of year, because they were all chasing each other around and making themselves look pretty. This one spent half an hour fluffing up his feathers before being chased from his spot by a bigger heron.
Near the Falls Dam in Raleigh
From the Neuse River Greenway Trail in Raleigh.
What’s behind the rock? Whatever it is has this heron’s full attention. On the Neuse River in Raleigh.
I wish my early morning flights all looked like this. From the Falls Dam in Raleigh.