I hope you don't mind learning a few things alongside me. Each day it seems we discover something new here of this wonderful creation. Some of this might be old news for folks that live here but we're finding it fascinating. Until today, if someone had mentioned a 'kettle of anhinga' to me I would likely have thought they were talking about brewing a gourmet tea. Today I learned that they would have been referring to a flock of snakebirds.
Snakebirds ? Yep, also known as anhingas (I think only scientists run around calling them by this name), and water turkeys ! We spotted this one near a pond, and since (of course) I had my camera, I was able to get a few shots. From doing a little research, this one appears to be a lone female - we didn't see a kettle of them.
(70-200mm f8 1/25 sec ISO800)
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I cropped this one somewhat to get a closer view
And while we're talking about Florida, here's a sunset captured a few weeks ago
(10-22mm f7.1 1/320 sec ISO200)