I couldn’t see them so I can’t show them to you, but they are the biggest take-away from last night’s sunset trip to Jenkin’s Creek. I had doused myself with bug spray just in case, so what they attacked was my face and scalp. Imagine trying to hold the camera steady while your scalp is stinging and things are crawling on your face. Figures that there were photo ops a-plenty so I’ll probably go again sometime, when the memory fades a bit.
I expected a wood stork and wasn’t disappointed, but he made himself scarce pretty quickly.There were kayakers and boaters to watch. I thought this guy came in a little fast and might crash into the bridge or get tangled in the fishing lines, neither of which happened.
I would prefer to think I’d have noticed the eagle on my own, but thankfully it was pointed out to me by a fisherman.
Long ago I took pictures from the observation tower in Linda Pederson Park across the street, and I got mad because you have power lines across your sunset pictures. The tower is closed now, hurricane damage I assume.
The egret stole the show though. I think he liked posing, he sure stuck around and did his part.And the sunset. Always the sunset…