Tarpon History & Habitat — Dr. Aaron Adams on Pine Isl. FLA.

  • All the other dorados have been watching. Like fingers reaching down to him, they descend… their shapes converge like living petals blooming from the stamen of the dead fish. The tiny flower whirls ever deeper, getting smaller and smaller, until it is no more.
     ~Steven Callahan Adrift

3 Comments

  1. Ayouec   January 5, 2014 4:01 pm / Reply

    I’m soooo glad Erik!!!!! ASS!!! No I just got back from 95 degree weeathr in Phoenix. This am it was supposed to snow a little bit!!! Hope you guys have a wonderful time. Take lots of pics and update your blog so I can have some sweet dreams this week!!!!Tight lines!Sean

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