In case you didn’t figure it out, we were on vacation last week. We spent the week with Angie, Ben, and the Grand Kids in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. A dream vacation for those of you who like the heat and the emerald waters of the gulf. Not so much for an out-of-shape, old person like myself who hates the hot, humid weather associated with Florida.
Having said that I knew what was in store for me when I decided to accompany the family to the beach. I spent the majority of my time inside a wonderful facility well cooled by air conditioning and with a view of the ocean that was spectacular. So don’t feel sorry for me as I enjoyed my time with the people I love the most.
I have a number of images to share with you but I thought I would start the week with this image taken with my iPhone by one of the crew of the “Dolphin Cruise” we did on Wednesday evening. We caught one glimpse of a dolphin but the entire cruise was well worth the time.
The image above is the cloud formation that we saw on our flight home.
On the flight from Chicago to Dubuque we encountered these clouds, which I had never seen from the air before.
Hope you’ll check back tomorrow as I have more images to share with you.
Enjoy your day and be careful.
A mixture of images today. Remember you can click on the images to make them larger and more detailed. A sunset from last night. Lots of clouds so I didn’t get a real pretty sunset.
A para-sailor off in the distance. I didn’t have my long lens so had to do the best I could with my 300mm lens. You really need to click on the image to see much of the para-sail.
This big storm blew in and was gone in just a few minutes. But as it was coming it sure looked menacing. It did rain hard for a few minutes but then it was gone and milder temperatures prevailed.
Enjoy and be careful.
Good Day My Friends!
Obviously I’m not in Dubuque at the current time. More about that later. I hope you enjoy some of the images that I’ll be posting over the next few days.
Over the years I have photographed many Blue Herons. But when I saw this guy and he appeared as a silhouette because of the light I had to capture him. I was pretty happy with this image.
I saw this commercial fishing vessel. Although it was not on waters as dangerous as “The Most Deadly Catch” I felt like I had to capture it.
Hope you enjoy these images. More to come so stay tuned. Remember to click on the image to make it larger and to show far more detail.
Thanks for stopping by and be careful.