HUBBY ACTUALLY HAD A GOOD DAY YESTERDAY! So he wanted to go to Myrtle Beach State Park that is only a few miles from our house and take a walk on the pier.
Now I would like to tell you we caught this BIG FISH,
But not! LOL!
A Beautiful Blackbird preening in the sun on the pier rail He was so glossy that he looked wet!
We were surprised to see these jelly fish as they are usually prevalent during July and August but they were all over under the pier and were as big or bigger than a head of cabbage.
A small plane glided over head while heading for a landing at Myrte Beach Airport.
In keeping with the Autumn colors, the sand dunes were covered with this orange mum like flower.
Then we were delighted when we came home and entered our community, there were two young Wood Storks in the first small lake!! Mature Wood Storks do not have feathers on the top of their head and neck but have smooth gray bare skin. Wood Storks are the only stork indigenous to America.
They are twice as large as a Great Blue Heron or Egret and we were excited to have a glimpse of them. We stopped the car and Hubby got out to capture them on film. They are very shy though and started to move away so we left them.
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