Category Archive: Landscapes

Negative Space


Changing Tides

Most of my photography lately is being done with my phone. My activities shifting from outings centered solely on photography, to fishing trips and urban exploration. Dragging around a full size, proper camera… Continue reading

Sea oats II

Washed up

Still life on the water’s edge

Sea oats

The direction of home

High surf and dangerous currents

Sunset II

  Time to put some “salt” back onto the “palette” ­čÖé I’ve been spending some time near the water, getting out and enjoying some of the places that will soon be too hot… Continue reading

Sunset I


getting there



Smoke plume from a prescribed spring burn in a nearby forest. Ashes will blow in from time to time and the smell is awful, but it’s fun to photograph.


The weather is mostly to blame for my absence of late. Our pool is full and swim-able, the garden is being quite demanding as gardens are. My recently renewed interest in homemade herbal… Continue reading

Ready to go

The Bodhi Tree

Searching for sunset

Naples Pier ended up being my choice for sunset pictures that evening. We had spent a lot of time hunting down a place closer to camp, but after some poor advice, a couple… Continue reading

Executing Plan B

One goal of the trip was to sight see on Marco Island and find a place to do sunset pictures that evening, so after the Rookery Bay ELC we set our sights on… Continue reading

Alligator Alley

After taking in the the sunrise at the beach we set off for Naples via the Florida Turnpike and I-75 (a.k.a. Alligator Alley) For a change I put my camera down and enjoyed… Continue reading

Another beginning

Sunrise March 8, 2013┬á Wabasso Beach, East Coast Florida My birthday. A new day, a new year, and a weekend trip to the Gulf Coast. A sunrise to sunset trip. Cheers to another… Continue reading

Existential house-keeping

Getting out of town always seems to refresh me and this trip definitely accomplished that goal. It was a nice quick trip, I got to see quite a few places I hadn’t had… Continue reading



Sand on my toes


February sunset

Blue trail

Hiking in the St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park last Saturday was great deal of fun. Going for hikes in the wilderness is something I’ve done all my life, but it has taken… Continue reading

From the bridge

After dinner

Sebastian Inlet at night

Feeding time


Five palms

Peaceful easy feeling

Five O’clock Somewhere



Sunset and skydivers

A very nice sunset behind our local grocery store. The city airport is close by and it’s a common site to see skydivers falling through the sky. They are very tiny in these… Continue reading

The path

Marsh atmosphere

Wispy weeds and dark sky

Camping on Gauley River

A few more images of our camping trip from the last post.

On the water

Good night moon


Good Night

Ocean Views: Blowing Rocks I

Oh, what a day out! Blowing Rocks Preserve is on Jupiter Island in Hobe Sound FL, a little further south than my usual haunts. What a spectacular place! It is unlike any beach… Continue reading


Tonight the sky was spectacular!! The most beautiful sunset in months. After a day full of cooking and eating and napping – I couldn’t have asked for a better way to finish it… Continue reading

Reflection and glow

Touring the neighborhood looking for Christmas light displays we took a break to walk out a local dock.┬áThe last light of the day was still hanging to the horizon and reflecting on the… Continue reading

Beach day: Two of two

These pictures are from this past Sunday. The┬átide was high and the wind had blown in trash. Styrofoam chunks littered the length of the beach and various odds and ends made of plastic… Continue reading

Beach day: One of two

Last week I had family in for a visit from the north, so of course, we had to go to the beach! They were so thrilled to be here enjoying the temperate weather… Continue reading

That was a night for pictures

Taken July 04, 2009 Indian River Lagoon near Sebastian Inlet. Before the fireworks display, nature gave us a show.


A short drive south of here is a place called Blue Cypress Lake. Looking at the map I was surprised it was so close, I’m thinking “why have I never been there?” Well,… Continue reading