Watering Holes

It took a coyote lapping up water on a rock to make me notice how much water is retained in rock crevices, not only after a heavy rain, but also after a mere misty drizzle. These photos were taken in the morning after a very light drizzle. Everything else was totally dry. There were two different rock puddles which the coyote sprang to, one right after the other, lapping delectably, looking up and then lapping again, first from one rock and then from the other. For me, water always tastes best when I’m really thirsty, and that may have been the case with this coyote.

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