Looking for Dry Trees at Lovers Key State Park

Can you see the osprey on the top right corner?
Xamara Maisonet, http://www.photolifestories.com, http://www.xamaramaisonet.com
Xamara Maisonet, http://www.photolifestories.com, http://www.travelmystories.com, http://www.xamaramaisonet.com
Xamara Maisonet, http://www.photolifestories.com, http://www.travelmystories.com, http://www.xamaramaisonet.com

Some close ups of the osprey on the top right corner of the first image. This is in Lovers Key State Park, I was looking for dry trees to photograph. These particular trees have been affected by erosion, the are dry and bleached by the sun. Eventually they will become drift wood. Both stages of the tree, dry, bleached but attached to the sand still and the driftwood that it will become later once the waves will detach the tree from the sand are beautiful natural art made by nature.

Xamara Maisonet, http://www.photolifestories.com, http://www.travelmystories.com, http://www.xamaramaisonet.com
Xamara Maisonet, http://www.photolifestories.com, http://www.travelmystories.com, http://www.xamaramaisonet.com
Xamara Maisonet, http://www.photolifestories.com, http://www.travelmystories.com, http://www.xamaramaisonet.com

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