Perhaps the most beautiful place I visited on my trip to Florida was Canaveral National Seashore, a beautiful, 24-mile-long strip of pristine, undisturbed beach on the east coast of Florida. It was a beautiful day, and the white sand and azure water were stunning.
Some readers may recognize the distant beachcombers.
There were a number of people fishing in the surf …
… but this guy seemed to be by far the most successful.
There were surfers enjoying the waves.
I loved watching the little Sanderlings busily foraging at the edge of the surf.
This Boat-tailed Grackle appeared to be in charge of the dunes.
An Osprey flew overhead …
… and a fishing boat motored slowly by in the deeper water.
We were reluctant to leave …
… but we had birds to see and photographs to make.
Here is a short video of Canaveral National Seashore.
Readers who may have missed Parts I through IV of my Florida adventure can find them in my Photo Feathers blog. You will find Parts VI and VII there too.
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