...you see a Belted Kingfisher (Megaceryle alcyon) fishing in the surf zone!
Here's a slightly closer view of the hovering kingfisher (below). Can you tell if this is a male or female? (Click on the photo for a larger version.)
Females and males can be told apart by their pectoral bands. Males have one slate blue band across their chest, while females have two: one slate blue band and one rufous band (as well as rufous sides).
She picked a nice day to explore the outer coast!
Two different views of the unusually calm ocean on 12 August 2015: