The view of downtown Tampa from Ballast Point Park. It wasn’t that early in the morning in the beginning of August when I stopped by. I had been out running errands and had my camera in the car so I stopped for a quick walk on the fishing pier. The park sits down in south Tampa and from the pier you can see across to downtown.
There wasn’t many birds around the pier but I caught this scruffy young grackle with a snack left over from some bait fish.
I caught this “fever’ of stingrays cruising by the pier.
The views from across the bay include the Tampa port, the electric plant over in Apollo Beach, the downtown skyline and some buildings going up on Bayshore Boulevard.
I caught this squirrel with a snack in the parking lot next to my car.
One last snap of Tampa through the trees (this was taken with my phone so you can see how far away I was).
Great photos, You know how to capture a place.
Greetings and Salutations! Wonderful shots of Tampa from the pier.
Wow, interesting to see the sting rays cruising through the water! I love the last photo of the Tampa skyline.
wow!!!! stingrays so close to shore (or at least pier). what an exciting view.