|No. 10: Crescent Beach Shells--I never get tired of shells!|
|No. 9: Early AM skimmer parade on Crescent Beach--love the 2 color beaks!|
|No. 8 A Rainbow Sherbert Array of Boats at the Rose Marina|
|No.7: My first manatee (near Goodland)--not easy to find and photo but so exciting!|
|No. 6: Everglades gator--taken with my zoom of course.|
|No.5: One of the famous (and sleepy) 6 toed Hemingway cats on Key West|
Boats are also a rare site in a land locked state where I live so harbors are one of my favorite places to take pictures on trips. It's no wonder so many artists love to paint boats and their reflections.
|No. 4: Gorgeous red yacht in Marco Island Marina|
|No. 3: Boldly plumed heron in the Everglades|
|No: 2: Wonderful bright red bill and fee on this pretty white ibis on Marco Island|
Burrowing owls are endangered here in Colorado and I've never seen one. Since owls are my favorite bird it was a special treat to spot a few in an open lot (in a roped off protected area) on Marco Island. Unlike most owls burrowing owls are active during the day. Which of course is great for photo opportunities.
|No. 1: Florida Burrowing Owl--love the intense yellow eyes.|