Monday, February 19, 2018

Surreal Sunsets from the Sunshine State!


I love being awestruck. I even did a blog post about it over at The Chorus of the Crows

A good sunrise and sunset, should stop you in your tracks...






























All of these awesome events were viewed on Lover's Key. 

It's a good day, that opens and closes, with splendor in the skies. 

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Monday, February 12, 2018

I Heart Shadows

Fort Myers Beach

My shadow is always trying to collect things. Me? I just like taking creative photos!





Playa Hermosa


Lover's Key


Lakewood Cemetery


Ometepe Island


San Juan del Sur




Lover's Key


Playa Hermosa 


Lover's Key


Richfield Lake, Minnesota


Lover's Key.


Lover's Key. 
A beach that has grasped my heart since childhood. It keeps calling me back like a whale's echoing call. Now, I have proof my favorite beach loves me back. This photo is not photo-shopped. Although, I enhanced the red. The crimson kelp floated into a perfect heart back in November- perfect for a February post.


Happy Valentine's Day! 



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Monday, February 5, 2018

Highlights of Florida Trails. Part 2.


Sunrise at Corkscrew Swamp.

You may have seen some of these photos before - but not all. Besides, this is a highlights reel...


Splendor in the grass.


Limpkin, but not lame. 


Patterns.


Wildflowers.


Profiles.


Posts.


Spindly things.


Old mates.


Yellow Butterflies.


Yellow petals.



Reflections.


Sunbathers. 


Forest through the trees.


Sky-walkers.


Water droplets.

P.S. Be sure to drop over to see some of my favorite Guatemala photos from our trip in 2018. Over at My 3rd Eye!


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Monday, January 29, 2018

Highlights of Florida Trails. Part One.


The Glades. 

Florida is a great place to take a nature walk. (unless you're scared of alligators) When I'm there, I always go to Rookery Swamp, the remote Crew Trails and of course, beautiful Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. I'm happy to own a yearly pass! That's a lot of wildlife - I just wished I actually lived there. After all, I can prove I belong there by the real color of my hair. (in between dye jobs) 

Here are some highlights from my 2017 camera role...



A hawk at Rookery Swamp.






Tiny bathing beauties.



Florida wildflowers



Hunters.



A fluffy white egret on a carpet salad. Or a lettuce lake.



A pretty purple Gallinule. My first very sighting! I saw a lot of these in Guatemala this year.



Smothered and Covered at the Waffle House...I mean Corkscrew.


Turtle soup.



An odd Roseate Spoonbill. It wasn't that long ago that I had never seen one!



Colorful Crew Trails



Bright berries hanging in a blue sky.


Bald heads.


Red heads.



Holes.


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