A 2 hour tour

I decided to revisit the same boat tour that I took in 2013

The location seemed different and the captain was different.  At check in, I was informed that they had moved 3 years ago.  I must not have looked too lost as 2 different people asked me for directions and specifics about the boat.

I am still trying to get used to the new lens.  It is a lot less forgiving than what I was using.  Just about everything on the roll was out of focus.

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anhinga

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mama gator

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baby gators

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Great egret

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Limpkin mama and baby

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Limpkin mama not happy about our boat

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Green around the Egret eye because- time to mate!

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Is the turtle on the right trying to fly?

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Food fight

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6 thoughts on “A 2 hour tour

    • The last time I went, the captain called them tricolor egrets…I think. Apparently, Limpkins are rare sightings except in places like here. 8)

  1. I’m starting to get the feel of that lens. When on target, the results are pretty incredible! Hope you keep working with it.

    • Someone once said of golf: you can hit bad shots all day and then hit one amazing shot that makes you think anything is possible.
      I have a place in mind that will allow for a tripod and time to analyze and adjust more in real time.

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