A couple of weeks ago, Frank & I travelled to the St. Marks Wildlife Refuge near Tallahassee, Florida where we spent 9 hours birding.
Just waiting for the fishermen to throw back those unwanted fish. Smart or Lazy? You be the judge!
My fascination with lighthouses goes back over 15 years when I started collecting them. It wasn’t until this year that we actually drove over to the St. Marks Wildlife Refuge that I finally checked this off my bucket list. It was a two-fer because we went over looking for the American Flamingo.
Danger certainly puts things in perspective!
This is Heaven, our 13 1/2 year old Bichon Frise who loves to ride in the car.
It was bright sunny blue skies when we began, but by the time we approached our destination, storm clouds were edging closer and we had no idea how close we were to that final takeout at the Paradise Gateway Bed & Breakfast.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge – It’s All About Nature.
Today, I present to you the Ponce de Leon Lighthouse at the Ponce Inlet near New Smyrna Beach, Florida between St. Augustine and Cape Canaveral. This cylinder lighthouse is the tallest in Florida at 175 feet high and the second tallest in the United… Continue Reading “SQUARE TOPS – Looking at the Top – Ponce Lighthouse”
Top of the St. Marks Lighthouse near Tallahassee, Florida. The lighthouse in located in the St. Marks Wildlife Refuge. Between November, 2017 and April, 2018, it underwent major renovations along with the keeper’s dwelling. A replica 4th order Fresnel lens was installed and the… Continue Reading “SQUARE TOPS – Lighthouse Top”