Thursday, January 27, 2011

Cedar Key Bayou

It had been raining most of the morning. The clammers weren't working, according to the young man on the pier to the right. When it rains, the clams head to the bottom where they cannot be caught.

12 comments:

nopham said...

Gorgeous picture! Beautiful place. Good clam chowder.

Kate said...

Just like humans they don't want to be caught in the rain.

bfarr said...

Interesting. I didn't think clams were that smart.

brattcat said...

Absolutely love everything about this post.

cieldequimper said...

Oh that wood behind said man. Gorgeous. Love this photo.

Small City Scenes said...

Happy as a clam at high tide---same applies here.
I would be a little leery about walking around those piers. MB

Lois said...

Those clams have the right idea!

Youth_in_Asia said...

Interesting fact. I wonder why? I'd assume a lot of creatures like that would have a field day with silt and sediment being moved around by rainwater and runoff. Everyone loves an easy meal.

JM said...

Just love the rustic look!

Jack said...

This is a nice "local color" photo, Jacob. What will I do with Susie gone? Well, ever since she left for college almost ten years ago, we have had to get used to visits measured in 36 to 72 hour increments. I'm thankful for Skype.

Rose said...

Excuses, excuses!!! Any excuse not to work....

BTW, I love this pop-up comment window. Makes life so easy!

Renee said...

Fantastic composition! I really love the texture of all the rustic wood.