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By Scott Shephard
"A dog's life" on the beach at Cane Garden Bay in the BVI isn't all that tough. I had seen these two roaming the beach and working the crowd the day before. On this day, they seemed exhausted. No towel and beach chair for them - the cool, white sand is enough creature comfort. Life is good!
iPhone 6s 1/1150s f/2.2 ISO25 4.15mm (35mm eq:29mm)
By Scott Shephard
It is 5am as I sit here writing this and there are at least three roosters crowing. They have been doing this all night long. The idea that roosters make good alarm clocks because they crow at dawn is a "city-folk" concept. Certainly, on the island of Tortola is isn't true. They seem to call out out 24/7.
This particular rooster was part of a band of chickens we encountered on our explorations yesterday morning. There were other roosters in this group so I can't say if this one ruled the roost. Since chickens like this are free range and appear to belong to no one, I don't know what the island culture is about turning them into food. Deb had chicken on her salad yesterday and it makes me wonder. . . .
Canon 5DIII 1/350s f/2.8 ISO400 100mm
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