How they create such tiny stunning works of art will remain a beautiful mystery to me. A little dew helps bring out their fine handiwork.. More examples of intricate in this weeks Weekly Photo Challenge.
It was a beautiful sunny day. One of the surprise Spring Florida days that actually felt like spring. Low humidity, cool breezes, blue skies and white puffy clouds. It was a great day to be outside. I ran into these four gents taking the waters. It was not necessary for them to immerse completely in … More Smiling Birds Spa Days
Islamorada, FL. The Florida keys. Dinner and a show. Found a new “challenge” to add to my weekly photo challenge rotation. Skywatch. This one is easy for me, I am an air sign and I am always looking up. For one whole year I posted a photo to Facebook of the Florida sky every day, … More Skywatch
My relationship with Florida has evolved much like a good marriage. It began courting me when I was younger, using my grandparents as bait. I would fly from Washington DC to St. Petersburg by myself when I was about 8. The lovely stewardesses (that’s what they were called back then) would take good care of … More I Heart Florida – Alphabet Photo Challenge – F
Final-E. With this post I am caught up on my alphabet! Beginning tomorrow I will be posting F.
Virtually pawing through recent photos takes me back to amazing moments, while challenging myself to look for the letter C in my immediate surroundings for new photos ops brings me immediately present. It’s what’s so enchanting about photography for me. So much emotion can be evoked by a single image; memory mixed with new insight. … More Catching Up
Salt Springs, FL My yoga home, the Amrit Yoga Institute, is situated on a serene lake in the middle of the Ocala National Forest. Somehow from the dock in front of the main building we are able to catch both the sunrise and the sunset over the water. I have taken so many of these … More A Word a Week Photo Challenge – Orange
I have abandoned my writing most nearly a month now. At first I didn’t miss it, I felt I had nothing new to contribute and who was reading it anyway. But about a week in I got a little sad, longing for the click of the words across the blank screen. I busied myself with … More Plan B
There is something so fascinating about a prehistoric animal that barely moves yet strikes such fear in so many. In truth, alligators rarely attack people unless they are provoked. And if you’re going to harass an alligator, well then. On the other hand they are not warm and fuzzy either. They are their number one … More Alligator Appreciation
The wing drying bird, the snake bird, the water bird. It wasn’t until I posted a photo of one of these beautiful birds on Facebook that I learned they had another name. Turns out they’re quite an ancient, abundant, and protected. And they’re super fun to watch.