It was cold and drizzly right after Christmas but I was determined to get out for a walk. I headed to the Safety Harbor fishing pier as the rain was slowing down. It was barely a drizzle when I got there. There were a few other people out, joggers and dog walkers, as well. I left my camera at home and only had my phone so I was traveling light.
People have started putting locks on the fairly new boardwalk nearby. I guess they are copying the Love Locks bridge in Paris where people write their names and loved ones on the lock, lock it on the bridge (to lock in your love) and throw away the key. There were over one million locks in bridges around Paris and it was starting to do damage to some of them. All of the locks were taken down and now it’s illegal to do so. I’m assuming these will eventually get taken down as well. Many were starting to rust.
The sites around the spa and downtown Safety Harbor.
A great blue heron walking along the dock at the marina and a night heron were a few of the birds hanging around the marina.
Thank you for showing me
This is a really nice collection of images for a drizzly day! And looks like the weather took care of thinning out the crowd for you.
Lovely beach photos and wildlife. Thanks for sharing your walk with us. I enjoyed it.
beautiful photos. A great place.
greetings from the island of rügen / northern germany
Your walking in the drizzle produced some very lovely photos.
A very pretty walk even if it was drizzling. When it ‘rains’ here in NZ, 99% of the time it’s what I call ‘drizzle’, too, so I’m out and about the garden in the ‘rain’ 🙂
Thanks for sharing your link at My Corner of the World this week!