This week, I took Kristen from Kansas City out for the whole day. We left the marina as the moon was setting and the sun rising, then returned to the dock as the sun set. We started out on the flats taking pictures of the shells and marine life in the morning light. The conditions were perfect for photography on the flats. I took over 300 photos before 9:00am. After shelling on the flats, we shelled the beach before taking off to the Tarpon Lodge for a delicious lunch. Following lunch, we walked pre-columbian shell mounds at the Randall Research Center Site. The seas were calm which allowed me to travel near the north end of Cayo Costa in search of dolphin which she photographed for nearly 30 minutes. The remainder of the afternoon was spent shelling the beaches. Kristen has a talented eye for photography and I always learn something from her perspective.
Thank you Kristen for a fun and educational day of shooting photos and shelling on the water.