Myakka State Park doesn't disappoint this time of year! Mother Nature presented another breathtaking sunset last Sunday evening. It was especially nice because the birdwalk, where I took this photo, was virtually devoid of visitors -- just me and two others. All you could hear was an occasional splash as a heron stabbed its bill at a fish, sandhill cranes honking, the unmistakable low rubble of alligators, and the unidentifiable caws, chirps and hoots of a variety of unseen birds. It felt so exotic yet so peaceful. This is one of the many reasons why I love this park. Believe it or not, this photo is SOOC -- straight out of the camera. I'm linking to Skywatch Friday. TGIF!