and then there were three

Adoring fans crowded to gawk & cheer. Fortunately, they moved on as I approached. Apart from me, he had two other spectators, twirling & swirling around him, perhaps hoping he would decide to share breakfast.

Feature photo taken at Swan Lake, Singapore Botanic Gardens of our resident pod of Smooth-coated otters.

This post is my contribution to One Word Sunday: Three hosted by Debbie at TravelWIthIntent

19 Replies to “and then there were three”

      1. No, otters live by water. And, yes, our woods have waterways. A friend of mine, a nature lover, once chased an otter trail through the snow hoping to catch up with the traveling otter. No luck! Otters are fast.

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