Thanks for the great photos sent this weekend! Here are a half-dozen more:
That’s Paul Walchenbach‘s aerial view of Alki during Sunday afternoon’s low tide. (Yes, the drone was operated from outside the park.) Next, from Guy and Joy Smith near Alki Point:
They explained, “For the last several days at Alki Point, large groups of sea lions have been feeding on schools of either smelt or herring. The seagulls get in on the action too. We’ve lived here for 23 years and have never noticed this before.” (Ed and Terry also mentioned the unusual sea lion activity.)
Matthew Saporito photographed a Great Blue Heron at Constellation Park:
A few miles away, Max Szyszkowski caught the beauty of the bay and downtown from Duwamish Head:
Another bird sighting – a pelagic cormorant photographed by Bruce Easter:
And from Jim Borrow, a busy sunset:
Thanks again – firstname.lastname@example.org is the best way to get us photos – and we have more in queue!
P.S. We mentioned earlier that May will have a round of tides even lower than the ones these past few days – they start on Thursday, May 25, and will continue through Memorial Day.