In late August I went for a walk on the pedestrian bridge across Tampa bay. At 7pm it was still sunny and hot.
In late September, the sun was going down at 7pm. It was still hot though.
It was a fairly quiet walk. Usually the bridge is packed at sunset.
A lone pelican flies by when the sun had gone down.
Pano taken with my phone. The view across the bay.
Late on a Saturday night, Brett and I were heading to Honeymoon Island for a party at the end of June. Seeing the clouds on the way in, we were expecting rain.
The rain was far off in the gulf and stayed out there the entire night.
Crazy grackles hanging out at the pavilion we were at.
The sun peaked out right before it went down creating an orange glow.
A few more clouds rolled in right before dark but the rain held off all night.
Shots taken while on my walk along the river front in downtown Tampa in July. The above shows the University of Tampa. The main building was originally the Tampa Bay Hotel that opened in 1891 by Henry B Plant (the railroad magnate).
Looking over to Bayshore Boulevard and out towards the bay.
Lots of rowing going on this morning. Kayakers, paddleboarders and members of the Dragon Boat Rowing club were all out on the water.
A different view at the convention center.
On a hot Saturday morning in July I decided to head to the Saturday morning farmer’s market in Ybor City near downtown Tampa. I have never been and didn’t think it would be too crowded due to the heat and summer rains. Just wanted to wander around. I had heard there were chickens and roosters running around loose in the area but never have seen them there when we just pop over to eat at restaurant. The park where the market is held is over run with them. They were everywhere.
There were signs everywhere saying not to feed them but of course I saw a couple throwing out break to them.
They were hanging out on the front porches of the houses around the park.
The market was pretty quiet that early in the morning.
This must be the spot to bring your greyhounds because I saw several people walking them in the area.
There were tons of baby chicks there as well so I’ll post those later.