More Than A Few On A Walk, Alligator

More Than A Few On A Walk, Alligator

Some days there are more than others.

More Than A Few On A Walk, Alligator
More Than A Few On A Walk, Alligator

These photographs were taken from a dike that separates two old rice fields. Two hundred years ago plantations grew rice all over this region. Rice is gone but the Alligators remain.

More Than A Few On A Walk, Alligator
More Than A Few On A Walk, Alligator

Most locals were doing the typical float but there were a few on the dike sides drying in the grasses. This is the type of place you will walk by many more than you see.

More Than A Few On A Walk, Alligator
More Than A Few On A Walk, Alligator

In places where the water is always stagnant it’s much easier to spot them.

More Than A Few On A Walk, Alligator
More Than A Few On A Walk, Alligator

Other places they slip in and out of the tall reeds in the high spots. There is always a few places in the fields that are dry most of the time. They pile on top of each other in there.

On a quiet day there are always Alligators to photograph. This was one of them.

 

 

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