Everglades Dolphin Date: March 4, 2014Author: nomadruss Category: Photography, The Everglades, Travel Tags: dolphins, Everglades, Everglades National Park, Indian Key Pass, mangrove islands, Ten Thousand Islands Post navigation ← Everglades Morning in iPhoneography Festival of Knights – Jerusalem → I’m still out in the Everglades this week. This was my view out towards the gulf as a dolphin sauntered by, feeding in the shallow waters near Indian Key Pass in the Everglades’ Ten Thousand Islands. AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookPinterestEmailTumblrLinkedInRedditPocketLike this:Like Loading... Related
Yes, we do have lots of dolphin here. I live on the east coast and see pods of them quite regularly. They can sometimes be quite entertaining, doing flips and jumps as they pass. Haven’t gotten a good shot yet, though. I like the calm waters you captured, the east is much choppier.
Yeah, everything in the Everglades seems to be driven by wind. We had a lot of chop this season, so when the waters were calm I made sure to have the camera ready…
Yes, we are definitely slaves to weather here. 🙂
Thanks Sreejith Ji!
Makes my heart ache. Such a beautifully serene moment. You want to be there so badly … but …
you must plan a trip to the everglades!
That’s nice, thanks!
wonderful photos. I followed you so I can see the world when I can’t travel.
Thanks, I appreciate you following! And I hope you get to travel again soon!