Hidden

Sunday, June 9th, 2013

Hidden The morning after the storms, I went looking for the vibrant flower that had hung so proudly over the garden wall. But, the rains and winds had battered her; and instead of a glorious bloom, I found her sad remains. I am too late, I thought.  Then I looked up and saw a hidden […]

Fall in Florida

Friday, November 6th, 2009

At this time of the year, we enjoy seeing photos of beautiful Fall foliage “up North” or “out West.” Winter, cold and snowy, cannot be far behind in such places, and may arrive even earlier than expected. Pictures from last month’s snow storms in both Colorado and New England are cases in point. How dramatically […]

The eye of the beholder…

Sunday, May 17th, 2009

I enjoy introducing people to little gems that showcase Florida… its history, culture, or nature. Last January, I visited Washington Oaks Gardens State Park on my own and posted a blog entry. I returned there May 02, but this time accompanied by photographers from the Southeast Volusia Camera Club. Our group of ten took many […]

Man vs. Nature?

Thursday, April 30th, 2009

I do not consider myself to be an artist. If asked, I would say that I am a scientist, both by inclination and training. Nevertheless, as a child, I wrote poetry and short stories and have “played around” with photography off and on for most of my life. Since creativity is the essence of life, […]

Ravine Gardens State Park

Saturday, March 28th, 2009

When I heard about Azalea Days, March 14 and 15, at Ravine Gardens State Park, I was off and running. I enjoy taking day-trips in Florida, and this is a park I had not seen. Azaleas and a Ravine? I was intrigued! The Park brochure explains that the Gardens were developed by the City of […]

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