If you visit the fishing piers at Wall Springs Park at low tide, you’ll often find egrets and other wading birds feeding. I shot this white egret just as he went under for a small and unlucky fish. Click to … Continue reading
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Button was only 13, and I’d expected a few more years of Dog Park visits, but as they say in Yiddish, Mann tracht und Gott lacht, (Men plan, God laughs). My little sweetie has gone the way of all flesh, … Continue reading
First visited by the Spanish in 1539, the northwest corner of Tampa Bay became known as Safety Harbor because pirates didn’t venture there. That body of water and a city on its western shore still bear the name. Fierce Tocobaga … Continue reading
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Honeymoon Island State Park provides numerous benches and swings along the shore, perfect spots to while away a sunny day in paradise.
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Harry the Yorkshire Terrier doesn’t yap like his brethren. He just struts around looking good. Photographer and teacher Rick Sammon uses one-liner tips like “The name of the game is fill the frame.” One of his best tips is … Continue reading
Not to get all artsy-fartsy on you, but I felt a sort of brooding power in this idle ready-mix concrete plant. Some might find it ugly, but I thought it was a compelling image. Below is an alternative rendearing.