Lunch Etiquette

LJK_4405-CHi there!

Great that you could join me for lunch.

 

There is a good place just on the other side of the pond. Plenty of fresh fish there.

 

 

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Let me show you how its done.  First you choose the best looking morsel. Then you just stab right in.

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Stab the little fellows right through the middle, that way they can’t get away. Flip ‘em into your gullet head first and enjoy!

 

 

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Some folks want their seafood even fresher, so let me show you another way.

 

Step over here, so I can show you the proper etiquette.

 

 

Here the fish are hiding just a little deeper, Don’t be shy, just go in after them.

 

Grab ‘em with your beak.

Shake them into position, toss down, hmmmm!

Then shake yourself dry. Repeat!

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Are you getting it?

Go right ahead, you do it now!

 

 

 

 

 

The favorite lunch place for this Great Blue Heron is Pinckneyville Park, Norcross, Georgia

 

.:.

© 2011 Ludwig Keck

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