With Florida being a peninsula and water on three sides of it, the St. Johns River that runs north (uphill) and the Hillsborough River running through Tampa Bay, plus Lake Okeechobee, numerous lakes and springs, Florida is the place for water!
A look at the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida from the boat dock as the sun was going down. The Matthews Bridge is in the background.
Night time in the village 2020. Nothing is to scale so please don’t judge but I enjoy putting this together every year. The town is different each year as I add new pieces and have to build it differently depending on what I purchase.
The Blue Angels is celebrating their 74th anniversary this year and the 34th year flying the Boeing F/A-18 Hornet seen in these photos.
Reddie Point is part of the Timucuan Parks Foundation. This debris is yet another example of how much trash we have in our waterways
Reflection of the trail bridge at Cedar Point. This nature park is part of the Timucuan Parks Foundation and is run by the National Park Service. It is located at the southern end of Black Hammock Island in Jacksonville, Florida.
Chubby Wise claimed the song for years and played it on the Grand Ole Opry every week. Ervin Rouse (the writer) and Wise took a trip to Jacksonville, Florida, boarding and touring the train, Orange Blossom Special at the Jacksonville Terminal.
Is this my good side? Check us out in black and white on Cee’s Black & White Challenge – Backs of Things from earlier this week. We can be found in person at the Jacksonville Zoo. Day 29 – Squares – Perspective Click the… Continue Reading “SQUARES – Perspective – Elephant Booty”
These sunset photos were taken almost 10 years ago when we lived on the St. Johns River. Within a matter of minutes, the colors changed from a pink and orange sky to more of a yellow and blue sky as some storm clouds moved in.
This Laughing Gull allowed for a long photo shoot a couple of weeks ago while we were at Little Talbot Island State Park.