Redfish caught near an oyster bar at low tide on a topwater lure somewhere between Palm Coast and St. Augustine. Oyster-dotted mudflats border the ICW along the Matanzas River, and redfish, flounder and trout can always be found in these food-rich environments.
St. Augustine Fl Beach Sunrise - The Coquina Coast
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Coquina Shell Earrings - Natural Pink Coral Peach
This pair of Coquina shell earrings are made from the bivalve Donax variabilis and collected off of the Gulf Coast in Tampa, Florida. The shells measure 7/8ths of an inch long each plus the brass wire loop at top, making them about an inch long not including the ear wires. The back of each shell is very lightly dusted with pink glitter dust over the otherwise natural intense orange-pink interior and set with a single pale blue glass seed bead to look like a pearl. They are otherwise holl...
<b><a href="https://www.floridastateparks.org/park/Washington-Oaks">Washington Oaks Gardens State Park</a></b> <br>1 hour and 30 minutes <br><b>What’s great about it:</b> The coquina rock formations make some really epic waves here. Let the intrigue of the rocks grab hold of you, or just plop a few beach chairs along the shallow water for a relaxing day sunbathing. <br><b>Where to eat:</b> Although it’s located in Palm Coast’s European Village, <a href="http://www.lapiazzacafe.com/">La…
If you walk in front of the seawall between Kure Beach and Fort Fisher at low tide, you’ll come upon the only coquina outcrop on the North Carolina coast. Located a short distance from the Fort Fisher State Recreation Area, these mounds of clumped shells have hardened over the years from surface exposure.