Less bird-quarrel during heavy rains

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It showers. It pours. Mist obscures islands, boats, and cormorants diving for fish. My feet couldn’t possibly be more wet, because – once again – I fail at “proper footwear.” Crows and gulls pause their duels during the heaviest rain, but are back at odds as soon as the sky clears.

Jenna Beaulieu

About Jenna Beaulieu

Jenna is a writer and fine art photographer who recently moved from the Saint John Valley region to Bar Harbor on Mount Desert Island. She’s a fan of excellent music, homemade gravy, and colored pencils (also, short books and long books, good pens, flannel, and when the June bugs don’t really come out much that year). For more about Jenna and her work, visit her website at www.jennabeaulieu.com