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!
Double rainbow over the treetops with storm clouds to the East and the sun brightly shining from the West. Looking out over the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida.
Perspective comes in many different forms. In the photos attached, there are 4 different perspective shots at different moments while Frank and my youngest daughter Kaela were paddling the St. Johns River looking for bait to go fishing. The perspective for me is that this was taken 13 1/2 years ago. Frank looked so young!
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.
DISCLAIMER: These photos are from several years ago from our archives when we lived on the St. Johns River. We do this regularly, but this trip was the most impactful images of trash pick up in a single day that one person (between the… Continue Reading “Earth Day – 2020”
Here is my entry for Granny Shot It’s Water Water Everywhere (WWE) challenge. Looks like a postcard. Hmmm, maybe I should try to sell some of my photography. Moored sailboats in the St. John’s River at sunset in Jacksonville. Calm before the storm.