(Kodachrome 64, Minolta SRT-201)
These are the prettiest Easter eggs I've ever seen. I took this shot about 20 years ago while setting posts and stringing sand fence around a tern and skimmer nesting area on the west side of the Matanzas Inlet bridge. You should never get this close to a shorebird nest site of course, I had to be there at the time, it was my job to protect them and the fence was part of that.
You know me, ... well, you don't actually, but you do know I keep my camera handy for opportunities such as this. So while digging post holes and wiring fence, I snagged a few photos. I think this one was published in Florida Wildlife magazine. I'd have to go check some of my articles.
It was early morning, the sun was not too intense yet, and I'd like to think those eggs survived even though our work scared the sheltering parent bird off the nest temporarily. The fencing should have been done earlier in the season, but it did not arrive until some of the terns had begun nesting.
Today, that spot still has a ring of dunes (our now buried fence line) with a flat area in the center. The terns and skimmers rest and nest there still.
Those are all the Easter eggs I need.