A Flickr.com contact wanted to walk around Cedar Key last weekend, and I had no qualms about jumping into this adventure. We rode some, we walked some, but had a great morning, even though the heat was incredible.
Low-Key Hideaway Beach Bar off SR 24
A Brown Anole on the Cedar Key Cemetery Boardwalk
One of the Boats Now Part of the Boat "Graveyard" Along Cedar Key Cemetery's Boardwalk
Another of the Boats Now Part of the Boat "Graveyard" Along Cedar Key Cemetery's Boardwalk
There Were Plenty of Flowers and Insects Along the Walk
This Great Egret was so funny, as we drove by, it suddenly stroke this pose and stayed there, as if it we wouldn't see it if it stayed still enough. I got out of the car, and kept clicking as I walked closer, until it couldn't take it anymore, and started away from me. But, it stuck around, curious since I hadn't hurt it, or moved too quickly. This Egret was found near the Airport Strip.
We "Stalked" This Great Horned Owl in the Cedar Key Cemetery To Get a Few Shots
This Was My First Siting of a Clapper Rail - Found Along Gulf Blvd at the Cedar Key Cemetery Boardwalk
Sparred Butterfly Pea Flowers Along the Tressel Path
Another Brown Anole Along Tressel Path
A Puerto Rican Crested Anole Along Tressel Path
More pics from this walk to come later....