Since I live in Florida, Winter and Snow are not in my vocabulary. In Jacksonville, it will get chilly and we will even have freezing temperatures on some nights from January-March. It’s rare we have a hard freeze. A hard freeze is temperatures that dip below 28-30 degrees fahrenheit for several days. That never happens here.
Nature is a broad realm of the natural, physical and material things existing in our world and/or universe. It is a wide spectrum of living and non-living entities. For me, it is all about wildlife and the planet we call home. There is so much to explore that we can’t see it all in a lifetime, but I can share a few things that I have experienced in my few years on Earth.
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.
Since I live in Florida and our state parks have opened back up, I thought I would share my photos from yesterday’s beach fun at Little Talbot Island State Park. They are open at a 50% capacity which has been reaching maximum capacity by 10am on the weekends.
Please find my contribution for this weeks #SundayStills photography challenge, ‘For the Birds‘ hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt. As an avid birder, I could have gone on for days and flooded this blog with bird photos. I decided I had other things needing my attention… Continue Reading “Florida Birds in Winter – #Sunday Stills”