bright spot in the sky during sunset over the St. John’s River in Jacksonville, Florida.
It had been a bright sunshiny day on April 2nd when we went to St. Marks Wildlife Refuge for a full day of birding. As we were doing the last bit of birding, the sun that had shined bright all day was peaking through the palm trees and passed the salt marsh.
A look at the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida from the boat dock as the sun was going down. The Matthews Bridge is in the background.
As the sun went down, our moods went up! A beautiful sunset over a body of water always does the trick. This fabulous sunset created a euphoria to end a great day of birding at Fort Clinch State Park in Fernandina Beach, Florida.
we decided to head over to the Canaveral National Seashore for a last look for birds.
Walking along the beach at Fort Clinch State Park In Fernandina, Florida at sunset. A shrimp boat was coming in or maybe going out on a night run. Birds were all over the boat while Pelicans sat and observed from the rock jetty.
Auburn is a color between red and brown. It can be dark to light with gradients in between. Today I have given you sunsets, birds, an insect, a gator, rock formations in Arizona and a fall classic.
Artist Palette is on the face of the Black Mountains in Death Valley National Park. The colors are caused by oxidation of different metals, but it looks like an artist took a paintbrush to it. Artist’s Drive is 9 miles one way with curvy roads and towering mountains on either side.