All of these were taken at Sebastian Inlet State Park, a favorite place of mine to wander around with a camera.
Lots of surfing, fishing, sunbathing, and swimming going on here on a decently sunny day.
In this next photo, if you look at the water off the end of the jetty, you'll notice that it's kind of rough, a bit churned up where the waters of the Indian River Lagoon meet the Atlantic Ocean when the tide is going out as it is when I took these photos. That means there's lots of fish right there, to the folks on the jetty are trying to take advantage of this, as are folks out in boats (that aren't in the picture), and also sharks know this. Lots of people surf right there on good surfing days and times, and people on jet skis can get some serious air when the waves are rougher than what you see here. One thing you can be sure of folks, ol' John ain't gonna be surfing, swimming, or jet skiing out there anytime in this lifetime.
Sea grape leaves.
A young boy fishing in the waters of the inlet, but way over on the lagoon side, away from the Atlantic.