At the end of October, before the time changed, I could get out for a quick walk after work before dark. I headed over Safety Harbor hoping to get some lightning shots. I could see the storms south of the causeway but they were heading towards Tampa.
Since it was low tide, there were a few birds walking around in the muck right off the fishing pier, probably eating crabs.
The mangrove crabs are very skittish but I manage to catch a few of them scurrying away.
The big beautiful oak tree in front of the library. There’s usually a lot of people in the tiny park here but I think the threat of storms kept everyone at home.
Walking around by the yacht basin, I saw an eagle sitting on one of the poles. I was able to snap the above before he took off. I know they nest near Philippe Park north of here but this is the first time I’ve ever seen one in the fishing pier area.
Even though lights were showing the way to the boardwalk, it was starting to drizzle so I headed home.
Awesome shot of the Eagle. I love the variety of birds you see there, love the Spoonbills, Night Heron, Ibis and Egret. The big tree is gorgeous. Awesome shot of the sky!
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