Tag: #photography

Quote – Leisure – Week #16

A day off sitting under the beach umbrella slathered in sunscreen, watching the birds fly over, closing your eyes listening to the waves crash upon the shoreline transforms the busy mind of the day to day and takes you to a place of euphoria.

Last Photo – Oct. 2020

This Eastern Bluebird was taken with my Sony with no editing except a little cropping.

SQUARES – Sunset Reflection

A reflection is like two of a kind. It is the mirrored subject of itself. This photo was taken at sunset in Jacksonville, Florida overlooking the St. Johns River.

Bird Weekly Round-Up – Week #13

Some species like the white geese will become aggressive if you feed them. On more than one occasion, this has happened to us. The Florida State Fair Authority in Tampa had to have them removed from the grounds because they were attacking people getting out of their cars at the Administrative Building. The Florida Fish & Wildlife relocated them to a different location.

Bob Ross Sunset

We enjoyed a sunset two nights ago that looked like it would have been painted on one of Bob Ross’ canvases with highlights of Yellow Ochre, Titanium White & Phthalo Blue. See all the happy trees? It really was an amazing sunset! Too bad… Continue Reading “Bob Ross Sunset”

FOTD – Night Blooming Cereus

It has been 2 years since we have seen a flower, but we haven’t stayed up all night to wait for one either. This one was still in full bloom by the morning 2 years ago, making it the last flower we have seen from this plant. Rare capture!

Bird Weekly Round-Up – Week #1

I encourage you to visit their blogs and see what amazing things they have going on.

Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Starts Tomorrow

Check out my page here for the rules. Please do not post a blog until after I have posted my blog starting June 12, 2020 after 8:00am ET. You will be able to create a pingback once my blog has posted for all to… Continue Reading “Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Starts Tomorrow”

Hey, Bird People

Keep an eye out for my post on Friday, June 12th.

Seashell by the Seashore

Seashell in the surf at Little Talbot Island State Park, Jacksonville, Florida.

While there were plenty of humans visiting Little Talbot Island State Park, it was not overcrowded as the park is only allowed to be at 50% capacity.

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