Thursday, March 7, 2019

Ravine Gardens

Ravine Gardens State Park is a New Deal-era state park in Florida built by the WPA (Works Progress/Projects Administration). It's primary draw is the hundreds of thousands of azalea plants that bloom in February and March, and hiking in the 120 foot deep ravines that have been carved by natural springs.

Sunday, March 3, 2019

Ready for flight

I believe this bird is an anhinga. They often open their wings to dry them off, but in this case I believe flight was the plan.

The angle I was shooting was looking down on a large pond so, because the water looks like gray sky, it seems there is a cloud of flora above the bird.

I am not a bird photographer but I find it interesting and plan to become better at this kind of photography.

Monday, February 18, 2019


This is the view if you are closely following a zebra, but I think it looks like the face of some strange exotic animal.

Friday, February 15, 2019