Little Patuxent River

Sometimes people ask why I like to hunt and photograph odonates. One answer is illustrated by the following photograph — ode hunting takes me to many picturesque locations like this one!

The preceding photo shows the Little Patuxent River, looking downstream from Bailey Bridge. The bridge is located along Wildlife Loop trail at the North Tract of Patuxent Research Refuge, Anne Arundel County, Maryland USA.

If you look closely at the lower limit of the upper-right quadrant, then you might notice a shadowy figure standing near the bank of the river. That’s either my buddy Mike Powell or a rare sighting of Bigfoot!

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2 Responses to “Little Patuxent River”

  1. Mike Powell Says:

    It definitely is a beautiful location. I confess to being the figure in the photo, though I am not sure I want to be known as “shadowy.” I had to enlarge the photo and scrutinize it before I spotted myself–I felt like I was playing my own personal version of “Where’s Waldo?”.

    • waltersanford Says:

      You know, Mike — there’s a difference between a shadowy figure and a shady character. And no need to look for Waldo — he was behind the camera! 😉

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