I’m shooting within a five-mile radius these days, trying to get my photographic fix as I’m on my way to or from something else … on sunny days, interspersed with Seattle rain. Fortunately, within those five miles, there are three nesting Osprey couples, one Bald Eagle pair, many more Great Blue Herons in their rookery, and at least 300
Low tide on Elliott Bay provides temporary sand bars for big tern gatherings. This is a small section of the 200 or so Caspian Terns who were lazing on the beach this sunny day.
This Caspian Tern had just landed, offering up its catch of fish to what I assumed was his mate:
Just a shot of Caspian traffic — coming and going while terns bath in Elliott Bay below.