Smell the sea,
and see the sky,
let your soul and spirits fly.
Another seaside walk today with a view of Kuwait City in the distance.
There was some trash collecting as I went along. Even though there's many trash containers out there, some people just can't bring themselves to use them. A couple of fisherman were making quite a mess, so I asked them to clean up the area before they left and they did so without hesitation.
Grateful for trees and green spaces.
Have you ever seen a crab spider?
I've spotted so many of them this year. They get their name because of those pincerlike legs.
This colorful little insect better be careful or he might be a spider's lunch.
Even though there is still lots of green space along the walkway, I was disappointed to find that an area had been cleared and the path was blocked because of destruction and construction.
A large grassy area and many, many big trees taken down.
It's quite depressing because there is just way too much of this going on right now.
Apparently the Scientific Center is expanding.
But when is enough, enough?
Met this sweet little kitty while out there. Gosh, the coloring on it was so gorgeous. Gray and black with splashes of ginger thrown in. And so very sweet. I wonder if it was recently dumped because it is just too clean and was purring like crazy. It breaks my heart to walk away but all the rescue groups are overrun so there's not much I can do. There are people who go out there every day to feed this group of seaside kitties.
Sending love across the world.