Tag: #Littletalbotisland

#WordlessWednesday – Beach Sunset

Beach Sunset

CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Patterns In Nature

The feature image was taken at Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park. Female elk were climbing the formations in search for heat from the thermals. Hot water was falling from the top.

SQUARES – The WAding Kind

This character was pretty much into what was in the water than me being there photographing.

SQUARES – The Beach Kind of Life

This was someone else’s setup as we trucked down the beach with our own beach cart packed with lunch, chairs, umbrellas and our packs that carry our camera & stuff. I actually got in the water on October 1st! What? Yep…sure did! It was just a little chillier than the last time I had gotten in. Didn’t stay in there long!

Water Water Everywhere – Low Tide

Little Talbot Island State Park Beach

This is the Atlantic Ocean at Little Talbot Island State Park off of A1A between Jacksonville & Amelia Island, Florida. You can see it was REAL crowded. LOL!

#WordlessWednesday – Osprey

Osprey perched up on top of a piece of driftwood.

Wordless Wednesday

Sunday Stills – Bodies of Water – Florida

Sittin’ on the dock of the bay….Well, standing on the dock located along the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida. The bridge in the background and on the feature image is The Hart Bridge in downtown Jacksonville. One of many bridges here.

Water Water Everywhere – Atlantic Tides

Atlantic Ocean at high tide coming into Little Talbot Island.

This is the Atlantic Ocean at Little Talbot Island State Park off of A1A between Jacksonville & Amelia Island, Florida. You can see it was REAL crowded. LOL!

Water Water Everywhere – Black Skimmer

Black Skimmer scooping up food along the shoreline.

On this day, Black Skimmers were going up and down the shoreline scooping up any small fish within their grasp.

CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Backs of Things

We had Flat Stanley for 2 weeks and took him on all sorts of adventures. c.2006. “Flat Stanley” is a children’s book by Jeff Brown that began as a bedtime story for his sons which recounts the adventures of Stanley Lambchop after he is squashed flat by a bulletin board while sleeping. It was originally published in 1964. In 1995, Dale Hubert, a third grade school teacher in London, Ontario, Canada began “The Flat Stanley Project” which was designed to improve reading & writing skills in elementary school students.

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