Sunday, February 25, 2018
Human Interest

All Eyes sneak peek: Tampa Bay Watch presents 'Watermarks: A Nature Photography Exhibition'

Rachel Arndt of Tampa Bay Watch was kind enough to offer us an advance look at some of the images that will be featured in an upcoming exhibit of nature photography. We think you'll like them as much as we do. (See below for details on the exhibit.)

On September 23-24, 2016, Tampa Bay Watch will present "Watermarks: A Nature Photography Exhibition." Eight local photographers will display still images of the bay's most graceful residents, landscapes, and icons.

Event photographers include Theresa Boston, John Cobalt, Jim Gray, Robin Dana, Peter Clark, Steve Nesius, & Dave Lawrence.

Gallery hours are Friday, September 23 from 5-9 pm and 10 am - 2 pm on Saturday, September 24 at Tampa Bay Watch Marine Education Center located at 3000 Pinellas Bayway South, Tierra Verde, FL 33715.

A portion of the proceeds will benefit the mission of Tampa Bay Watch, a non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration and protection of the Tampa Bay estuary.

Read more about the event at the Tampa Bay Watch website.

John Cobalt

Anhinga Two

Theresa Boston

Safe Harbor

David Lawrence

The Conversation – Great Egrets

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Preening in Pink

Robin Dana

Withlacoochee River I, from the Watershed Series

Peter Clark

Reddish Egret

John Cobalt

People in Fog

David Lawrence

Reflections – Roseate Spoonbills

Theresa Boston

Tranquility

John Cobalt

Danielle Water

Robin Dana

Withlacoochee River II, from the Watershed Series

David Lawrence

Nest Tunes - Great Blue Herons

Steve Nesius

Solidarity

David Lawrence

Shades of Purple - Passion Flower

Theresa Boston

The Flow of Time

John Cobalt

Red Two

Steve Nesius

Connected to Water

Robin Dana

Anacostia River, from the Watershed Series

Steve Nesius

Web Design 1.0

John Cobalt

Dolphin

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