Last night I went kayaking at sunset. It was perfect, magical conditions with just a slight breeze, a beautiful perfectly organized swell from the south, and a great sunset. Well, once I got a ways offshore I saw something large on the surface of the water. I got closer and closer. Driftwood? Manta ray? Nope. It was two large sea turtles - mating! I paddled right up next to them before they noticed me, and before I figured out what they were. We were all horribly embarrassed! But they had picked a very beautiful and romantic setting. I hope the remainder of their evening passed without disturbance. And from now on I go nowhere around here without a camera.
PS - This sunset is from a couple of nights before. They have been amazing of late here.
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