Living in Florida eventually everyone ends up at the beach. The dogs really enjoy it but I am lacking the beach gene that causes people to want to go there all the time and hang out for hours. Here is a collection of photos without comment of a late afternoon Sunday walk on the beach with Bob Bruce, Janice Broda, and the dogs, Pepper & Sam.
Fish moving close to shore late in the afternoon caused a little feeding frenzy among a variety of birds as they scooped the fish up left and right. These photos were taken south of Sebastian Inlet State Park on the beach at Bob Bruce & Janice Broda’s house. Brown Pelicans, Terns, and Gulls were some of the birds enjoying the fish bounty. Brown Pelicans plunge diving after fish near the surface of the water. Royal Tern Sam enjoyed being on […]
Blustery conditions marked a Thanksgiving eve sunset walk on the beach with Bob Bruce, Janice Broda, and the dogs, Pepper and Sam. The sky was filled with Brown Pelicans who were having a terrible time flying against the strong wind. Northern Gannets (Morus bassanus) flying over the tempestuous ocean included a dark juvenile with two white adults with black-tipped wings. Storms often blow these pelagic birds closer to shore where the Gannets have little difficulty flying, unlike the Pelicans, against […]
Doodling around with time lapse photography to make this very short video. What better subject than the clouds? This was taken from the third floor deck of Bob Bruce & Janice Broda’s house looking out toward the Atlantic Ocean just before sunset in Indian River County, Florida.
Photos from a sunset beach walk with Sam, Pepper, and Janice featuring a return visit to Blue Tile Roof House, now long past its prime, and to Trespass House, along with assorted birds and other oddities. Formation of Brown Pelicans. Pepper! A ubiquitous Sea Gull. Sam! – with Pepper in the background. Ruins of a beach house that does not know it is falling apart. Walking toward the end of the day. Pool art. One good Tern deserves another – […]