Een vrije schooldag (7)


Dit is mijn 7 e deel die past in de 140 w uitdaging van Frutselenindemarge en de schrijfuitdaging van Hans van Gemert. Dit verhaal is een vervolg op verhalen van andere schrijvers. Hieronder staan er enkele, deze kan je lezen als je op "lees meer"klikt! 

 

De kinderen hebben dolle pret in de bus, wat is er veel te zien op zee! "Kijk daar, een dolfijn"roept Koen. De kleine jongen zijn ogen schitteren als sterretjes bij het zien van de kunstjes van het dier.

Plotseling helt de bus naar bakboord maar de meeste kinderen hebben het niet eens door, zij zijn wat deining wel gewend.

Ook Bianca geniet van de tocht. Ze loopt dan wel stage op het schippersinternaat, voor haar is het de eerste keer dat ze vaart.

Laura trekt haar stoute schoenen aan en stapt op de buschauffeur af. "Mevrouw, mag ik een klein stukje met uw bus varen?" De buschauffeur twijfelt maar oom Frits komt Laura snel ter hulp en zegt "Laat haar maar even, er kan niets gebeuren. Hij staat toch op de automatische piloot? Een pauze heb je wel verdiend! "

Het begin van mijn verhaal begint hier:

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Meeting a buzzard at Marquette in Heemskerk
A month or three ago wrote @jolandemooij regarding Marquette castle in Heemskerk (this link takes you to her blog and opens in a new window). I often drive past it with my bus, but had never been there until we heard that there are old owls to be found. So we got in the car, to look for the long-eared owls, camera, of course! We didn't find the owls, and we didn't walk for very long either, because it was drizzly, and rained occasionally. But we did have a nice meeting with a buzzard, who was initially advertising on the entrance sign of the castle, but soon sat down on a branch, much to the dismay of many birds, who flew in panic. A great opportunity for us to photograph the animal: The animal was searching around, in search of food. The photographers were a little too big as a snack, I suspect (luckily). Soon, those two big eyes that were aimed at him/her became too much of the animal: high time to hide: Of course, we left the animal alone, and walked further. We came across another woodpecker, who didn't really want to be in the picture either: Searching for insects is the most important work of the woodpecker at the moment, although he made himself heard for a while (which remains a nice sound!) And just when we were almost near the car, we heard an owl. as if he wanted to say hello to us. A tawny owl (we looked up the sound), the long-eared owls are hidden for the time being. I didn't want to remember these photos. If you are in the area: Marquette is a nice walking area, take a look! Photos of own photos (raw) taken with my Olympus OMD EM1 mark 2. #Photography #photography #nature #roofvogels #marquette #heemskerk
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