Day 2 of the year 2017, my friend asked me if I was interested in scouting the Don Edwards Wildlife Refuge in Fremont, CA with him to determine if a photography event would be held there in the future. No need to ask me twice, it stopped raining for a while and I was interested in seeing this location so off we went.
After crossing the Dumbarton Bridge to the East Bay we were at the refuge and watched some waterfowl in the marsh and even saw a rainbow.
Saw some things flying (beside birds).
Then found a door for this post.
Here are a couple of egrets we saw.
And, found the lunch shelter that had no doors.
Funny thing was, looking at the lunch shelter from a different angle I saw some huge seismic supports in this half-open building and couldn’t figure why they made the seismic supports that large. I guess they wanted you to enjoy your lunch without worrying about an earthquake.
I didn’t find anymore doors to shoot out here, only birds, so we finished the hike and headed back.
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