Clear Waters From Ground to Above

As I mentioned in my previous post, “Ed is on a roll…”

Yesterday, 5-24-22 around 11:30 am, my husband took the Maverick to the Sailfish Flats area and the sandbar that forms at low tide off of Sailfish Point. Next, at 2:30pm he took a ride in the RV to view from above. Beautiful.

Rainy season usually officially begins on June 1st. So if you can enjoy the clear waters near the St Lucie Inlet before the rains…

I wanted to share these photos so we can compare.

~On the ground

-Seagrass with Gracilaria, a common macro-algae in the Lagoon according to Mark Perry

~In the air

-RV: Sailfish Flats and Sailfish Point, Hutchinson Island, near St Lucie Inlet on March 24, 2022, around 2:30pm. The exposed sand in these aerials is the sandbar Ed walked on and took photos of above.

Thank you Ed, for being my eye in the sky.

4 thoughts on “Clear Waters From Ground to Above

  1. Oh how beautiful, and encouraging. Great baseline photos. Let’s hope we don’t need them ever again.

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