Welcome to David Moynahan's Photo Blog. Here you can step behind the scene with me as I explore (mostly) Florida's remaining wild places with my camera. To just see the pretty pictures, you miss knowing what adventures (and misadventures) were part of their making. So enter here, and join in the journey!

This "new and improved" blog site begins in May 2013.  At my original site, you can find about 100 more stories from 2006 until April 2013 here: http://davidmoynahan.blogspot.com/.

And you will find many more of my photographs in the Portfolios at my Home page: http://www.davidmoynahan.com/.

Please feel free to share the links to my Blog and website with your family and friends, and/or on Facebook (join me there as well). My goal is to reach as many as possible, to inspire everyone to get outside and have fun in Mother Nature, and to help raise awareness of the fragile beauty that still surrounds us in hope that we may join hands in protecting this natural heritage for our children and their children.

Want a PRINT? Here's a pricelist.  Contact me directly at david@davidmoynahan.com.   Thanks, and enjoy!

The Awe of the Storm

October 01, 2017
In deference to the mighty punch of this season's Atlantic hurricanes, I'm presenting a selection from my portfolio of storm photos. Mind you, these do not include any ph...
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The Great American Solar Eclipse

September 01, 2017
Playing with my Iphone - using my eclipse glasses as the solar filter. On Saturday, Crystal and I embarked on our 2017 Solar Eclipse trip to Tennessee. We met our good f...
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Milky Way Over North Florida

August 01, 2017
As a boy in South Florida, I nearly forgot the time my dad pointed out the Milky Way while camping far from city lights. And in my young adulthood, I can only remember se...
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Photography in Conservation

July 01, 2017
The first Sunday of each month, St Marks National Wildlife Refuge presents a program for visitors. A few months ago, I was asked to present my "work and its influence on...
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Sweet Satilla

May 01, 2017
Broad white sandbars greeted us at most bends in the river. Those bars are like beacons for river campers, so when Steve saw them on Google Earth when scouting a new rive...
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