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:

And you will find many more of my photographs in the Portfolios at my Home page:

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Seven Runs Creek - Florida Forever!

April 01, 2018
Mountain Laurel on Seven Runs Creek In 2009, I was asked to make a photo at Seven Runs Creek in FL's western panhandle for the 2010 Florida Forever calendar. The calenda...
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Suwannee River Camping

March 01, 2018
Ogeechees If you've followed my blog for at least a year (this is my 12th year of near-monthly posts), you'll probably remember that my Men's Group enjoys a wilderness r...
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January 01, 2018
Sunrise on the Dead River As 2017 ends, the news is filled with reflections on events of the tumultuous year gone by. As a break from that, I'd like to meditate on the c...
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December 01, 2017
Marine Iguanas by Tidal Pool Holly and Steve by grazing tortoise I had the great fortune to be invited to the Galapagos Islands recently by my brother Steve and his d...
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Milky Way Revisited

November 15, 2017
Palms of St Marks The central core of the Milky Way is visible in our Florida night sky mainly in the summer. But it stretches into fall, so in September I made a trek t...
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