Sunday, Oct. 15, 2015. Afternoon stroll on Fort DeSoto's North Beach.

Boats back into Outback Key
Pristine beach is trying to shake Hurricanes Irma and Nate's washed up debris.
Winds and currents are shifting Outback Key southern end, where it may connect to Fort DeSoto's North Beach.
Life of a weekend beach crabber!
Blue Heron ready to strike at a fish in the tidal pool.
Fast developing storms sometimes give us a rainbow.
Starfish walking back to the surf
The beach along Bunce's Pass was littered with jelly fish. This jellyfish is a Sea Nettle.
The brown "spears tips" were interresting
Hurricane's beach erosion and seaweed pile
Boats come in close to the beach to explore the narrow channel. But need to watch for people crossing the channel going back and forth inbetween Outback Key and North beach.
Boaters put in at Outback Key
Some beach goers head back early
Heading back to the parking lot
Headed down the the southern tip to capture the eerie clouds over the Sunshine Skyway Bridge

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