Misty Floridian Sunrise – Amelia Island

Off-line for about 2 weeks, (vacation, some minor unrelated surgery,) …now back  to share some images from a most impressive Atlantic Ocean seascape, danced with mist, choreographed by unusually cool temperatures over the warm waters of Florida’s North-East coast.

November 2nd, 2014

This Post Contains Eight Images

2014-11-02 at 07-57-55

2014-11-02 at 08-02-272014-11-02 at 07-58-042014-11-02 at 08-03-43

2014-11-02 at 08-09-30

2014-11-02 at 08-07-24

2014-11-02 at 08-07-40

2014-11-02 at 08-09-18

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13 Responses to Misty Floridian Sunrise – Amelia Island

  1. AL Pfleger says:

    Marty, just beautiful!

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  2. Alien Shores says:

    Great images MV … And good to see your return

    Liked by 1 person

  3. disperser says:

    Great shots. I especially liked the first and the last two as far as being the most visually striking of what is a striking set overall.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. mvschulze says:

    Thanks also to Steve for your comments. Enjoy N.O.! M 🙂


  5. potendono says:

    Beautiful ,very beautiful !
    pelicans don’t seem to mind those low temperatures .


  6. Gill McGrath says:

    These shots are absolutely magical… every single one!


  7. I can stare at these


  8. But then I couldn’t blog. LOL.


  9. Jenny Trozell says:

    Stunning pictures!!! Want to be there!


  10. Love the mist hanging over the water and the birds add the finishing touch! xoxo


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