I spotted this great blue heron at the Saprito Fishing Pier near downtown at 6:15 last night -- dinner time. A large, unidentifiable fish was protruding from its beak. Not only was this bird a good fisherman, it seemed to be following an I-just-caught-a-big-fish-for-dinner ritual. After displaying its prize for all to see for several minutes, it flew to a nearby secluded alcove where it dunked its meal in Sarasota Bay not once but twice (pausing each time to enjoy the anticipation of a hard earned meal) and then -- **gulp** -- down the hatch! One bite. That's some kind of dinner. To see more fish dinner pics check out my Flickr page. And, more Watery Wednesday photos from around the world are posted here.