I was sitting on my beach chair relaxing/recharging when I saw a crab poke his head out of his hidey-hole.yes""> As I watched, he snuck out of his hole, scurried down the
beach, then changed direction and scurried back down his hole. He did this a couple of times and I was
intrigued. At this point, I wanted
to take a close up photo of him, so I grabbed my camera and belly crawled
towards his hole in order to get a close up picture of “Clevis” the crab as he
poked his head out from his hiding place.
I managed to get one picture of him, with his Mr. Crab eyes looking out
at me, but I wanted an even closer “close up,” so I quietly inched my way
closer to his hole. I was totally
covered in sand from my chin to my toes.
I burrowed in until I was comfortable and prepared to wait. I had my camera aimed on his hole with
the shutter already focused. All
he had to do was stick his head out and I would get my shot.