Sunset anywhere in the Keys is a pretty big deal. You don’t have to be in Mallory Square in Key West, with all of the vendors and entertainers to enjoy a superb sunset.
Yesterday, I headed out to view the sunset from the middle Keys. There is a lot of pomp and circumstance here as well regarding the sunset; it’s just not on as grand of a scale as in Key West. There were lots of people on the dock; however, they were watching something a lot more thrilling.
I was rooting for the shark.
Man had the shark, and he just wanted a photo with the shark and to be able to remove his $8 hook and release the shark.
The shark was having none of it. It wound its way around pilings, and hid under the dock.
In spite of being hooked through the mouth, and being utterly exhausted, it wasn’t giving up.
I had to stop myself from cheering.
(I was worried that the shark may be permanently injured, but I read that its body will reject the hook.)