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A dolphin leaps in the bow wake created by a ship traversing Tampa Bay. The area's two largest ports -- Port Tampa Bay and Port Manatee -- together support more than 100,000 jobs. And occasional surfing opportunities for fun-loving dolphins! Photo by Scott Browning...

Shorebirds cruise along the shore in search of a final fish dinner before setting in for the night.  Photo by Val Lois...

A snowy egret hanging out at the John's Pass Pier.  Photo by Anthony Bonnet....

Our clear winter skies make for rock-star sunsets, like this Dunedin showstopper from Toni Mencias Colon....

Shrimp boats unload their fresh catches at the Tampa Shrimp Docks. Two family-owned companies, Versaggi Shrimp and Superior Seafood, operate their own fleets and process 4 to 5 million pounds of wild Gulf--caught shrimp yearly. Most is bound for restaurants and markets throughout the U.S....

Nature is the ultimate art and every morning I greet the sunrise from Fort De Soto County Park, I am renewed. Photo by Kathleen Finnerty http://www.kathleenfinnertyphotography.com...

Winter means shivers and snow shovels for a big chunk of the country, but here in Tampa Bay it's the perfect season for fun. Clear, crisp water and bluebird skies inspire us to get outdoors -- and make our northern friends and families more than...

Sunset on the sand at Treasure Island. Photo by Ty Sauvageot...

Dolphin hanging out at Vinoy Park in St. Petersburg. Photo by Lauren Clark....

Stone crabs are my favorite Florida specialty. I prefer mine dipped in melted butter, but many natives eat them with a cold mustard sauce. Stone crabs are a sustainable seafood choice because typically just one claw is harvested. The crab is then released, with one...