About Us

Frank & Lisa love nature, birding & photography. Other interests include music, spending time with the kids and grandkids, traveling and visiting with people. They have a little dog, a Bichon Frise named Heaven.

She is 13 1/2 years old.

Meet Lisa Coleman, Master of Many Hats

Lisa is a mother to 3 grown children and 4 grandchildren. Lisa was laid off from her position as a graphic artist after 11 1/2 years due to Covid-19.  She is a graphic artist, photographer, writer, poet and blogger who loves to dabble in American History.

She has published 2 non-fiction historical pictorials and has just started writing again after years of hiatus. Lisa spent 12 years in the United States Marine Corps (ooh-rah) and is proud to have served her country. Her passion for birds and traveling has led her on this blogging adventure.

Lisa is a sports fan who loves her Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tampa Bay Rays. She loves to watch professional golf, yes GOLF (men’s golf, specifically), which was a wonderful surprise for Frank when they met as many women don’t have the patience to watch a bunch of grown men hit a tiny white ball with a long skinny stick.

Meet Frank Good – The Man Who Stands for Everything Good in the American Male

Frank Good at Little Talbot Island State Park Beach shooting video of birds
Frank shooting video at Little Talbot Island State Park

Frank is semi-retired and currently working on a conservation project to help stop erosion in the nation’s wetlands, specifically southern Louisiana. He has turned his love of photography into a new business and contributes to the writing and editing of this blog on occasion. He is currently writing his first novel, a sci-fi adventure with a twist.

He is a sports enthusiast who can throw out American football and baseball history and trivia on a whim. He loves to watch men’s golf and can spout off historical facts there as well. His favorite golfer of all time is Arnold Palmer.

They are both passionate about the environment, sustainability, helping others & living the best life they can each day.  Neither are fans of large crowds but will attend The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra, Florida when they can. During the lockdown, they have found increased passion for the blog and have been able to continue their adventures by visiting several Wildlife Refuges in Florida and Georgia during the pandemic, keeping social distancing in tact. Get to know them a little more with each new blog!

A Farm Girl's Life

Photography, Artsy Things, and Life on the Farm

Xine's Pack

Thoughts, Dreams and Ramblings of a Woman over 50

The_tenth_zodiac

I discover, motivate and rejuvenate here !!

Square One Notes

little ideas big pictures

Philosophy Through Photography

Do photos convey any philosophy?

Positive Side Of The Coin

Not just live and let live, but live and help live

Nut House Central

Lets Go Nuts Together

Heavens Sunshine

Capturing the beauty of God's creation through the lens of a camera

Mistyroads

Imagination Rocks

kimbladeswriting

poetry and short stories

Michigan Mary

Mary K. Eastman ~ Mary Kay Diffin

...i choose this...

joy, happiness, travel, adventure, gratitude

Eliza Waters

My Own Paradise: Life on Seven and a Half Acres

Photography OCD

A somewhat healthy obsession with photography

Graymand

Non Desistas. Non Exieris.

Seasons As Teachers

Kevy Michaels

BeBlossomBloom

Creative U

photographias

photography and life

Emotional Shadows

where all emotions are cared for!

eklastic

Refugees welcome - Flüchtlinge willkommen I am teaching German to refugees. Ich unterrichte geflüchtete Menschen in der deutschen Sprache. I am writing this blog in English and German because my friends speak English and German. Ich schreibe auf Deutsch und Englisch, weil meine Freunde Deutsch und Englisch sprechen.

The Reluctant Photographer

Life with my camera

Zimmerbitch

age is just a (biggish) number

michnavs

Poetry...in Motion

rivrvlogr

Looking ahead, without looking back (too often)

Butterfly Sand

Curiosity run amok . . .

freshdaisiesdotme

Smile;) Its daisy

Images by T.Dashfield Photography

The camera gave me an incredible freedom. It gave me the ability to parade through the world and look at people and things very, very closely. Carrie Mae Weems

Blog of Hammad Rais

ACTION Speaks LOUDER Than WORDS

%d bloggers like this: