It was definitely a golden hour as the sun was setting over the bay near Navarre Beach Florida. One lonely Back Skimmer was flying during the golden hour. This shot was captured using the Sony ZV-1 handheld. Camera setting were 1/640 sec at f/4.0, ISO 200. It’s fun just going out with a camera that fits in your pocket.
This Black Skimmer was making its way over the causeway near Navarre Beach Florida during the early morning.
This Black-head Gullulls was taking off from a pond located in the marsh area of Navarre Beach Florida just before sunset.
Black Skimmer stepping out and show off its wing near Navarre Beach Florida during the early evening hour.
This young Black Skimmer is getting its morning breakfast near Navarre Beach Florida.
These three Black Skimmers seem to be in a disagreement near Navarre Beach Florida during the early evening.
It was dinner time for this Black Skimmer during the early evening near Navarre Beach Florida during the early evening.
Young Black Skimmer trying out it wings to fly near Navarre Beach Florida during the early evening. It’s interesting to watch these young chick mature over time. Usually in about 23-25 days they are able to fly.