This is a photograph best viewed as large as you can. A big monitor is best.
The location is a Wildlife Management Area (WMA), on the coast of South Carolina. The day was very bright, but a little chilly. At least by South Carolina standards.
In this scene you will see a Roseate Spoonbill, lower left, sifting through the shallows. Way off in the distance white Egrets stand in the water. Just above the colorful tree line, in the far distance, vultures make a lazy circle.
When out photographing wildlife scenes like this become common. I need to remember to switch to a short lens and take the time to capture more of the scenes around us.