In the glimmer of late evening,
birds gather at water’s edge,
still as statues,
graceful as ballerinas,
they hunt with patience and persistence,
their beauty is mine to admire.
While staying at Myakka River State Park…
I captured these photos as the sun was setting. They were fishing where an inlet runs into a lake. This series of the Snowy Egret are some of my favorites; I never get tired of watching them.
A little “this and that”….
We are currently back at Lake Louisa State Park in Clermont, Florida. It has been rainy and cool. Not much going on here, and in between rain showers we take long walks, just enjoying the beauty of this Florida State Park.
Monday, I hope to go play Pickleball at the Clermont Recreation Center. When we were here a month ago, I got to play. Loving my new paddle!
Yesterday we enjoyed a late lunch at World of Beer.
Ham Radio and what’s coming up on our schedule…
Howard has setup his Ham Radio antennas and has spent a little time “on the air”. Wednesday we pull into the Orlando Fairgrounds, with a group of friends, for what is called HamCation.
HamCation is a huge convention of ham radio operators and other electronic vendors. Our group, FMCA, Amateur Radio Club, park our rigs on the grounds with easy access to all the activities. People from all over the world attend, shopping for bargains. It is a lot of fun and we are hoping for good weather, no rain!
Until next time, stay dry and warm!
4 thoughts on “~A Snowy Egret and a little “this & that””
The Snowy Egrets are fun to watch. The one you captured here is a beauty. The Ham Radio convention sounds like fun!
Boy, your weather in Florida has really been chilly and wet. Inside Prickle Ball sounds perfect:) Hope it improves soon:)
I love Oatmeal Stout! An Oatmeal Coffee Stout would be even better:)
What a beautiful bird Shelia. I love the wispy feathers!
I’m glad your loving your new paddle. Sure are missing you on the courts in Colorado!
I really enjoyed your photos of the egrets. Sorry to hear it’s been so cold there but at least it’s not as cold as what we have in Finland 😛