Tag Archives: nature photography

Super Bloom

Seeing California’s spring wildflowers has long been on my bucket list. With the long drought quenched by soaking rains the past few months, this year’s bloom promised to be a big one. I am most fortunate to have friends in … Continue reading

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Encased

Oak leaf encased in ice after being repeatedly splashed by the waterfall.

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Flora

Since it’s snowing here and they’re forecasting frigid temperatures to follow, I thought I’d head back to Florida (virtually, that is). Above is the mouth of Lower Suwannee River as it empties into the Gulf of Mexico. The 30-foot-tall Shell Mound … Continue reading

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Ice Dam

I was astonished to see the height of the river yesterday afternoon on my walk. Rain had poured down all day with totals above two inches, breaking up the 8-10″ thick river ice. With the ground frozen, all that water … Continue reading

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Lower Suwannee Nat’l Wildlife Refuge

The Suwannee River originates in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge in southeastern Georgia and flows 265 miles southwesterly through upper Florida, into the Gulf of Mexico. As I child I learned Stephen Foster’s American folk song, ‘Old Folks At Home’ … Continue reading

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Gulf Sunsets

The Gulf of Mexico sunsets in Florida are exceptional. On a recent vacation, I was treated to some truly delightful ones. Click first image to start slideshow. Enjoy!

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2018 Favorites

This gallery contains 24 photos.

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