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Galapagos

December 01, 2017 - Marine Iguanas by Tidal Pool Holly and Steve by grazing tortoise I had the great fortune to be invited to the Galapa...
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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 st...
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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 s...
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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...
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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.
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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 w...
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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...
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Palmy Dreams on the Econlockhatchee

April 01, 2017 - Econ Glory The Econ, as locals know it, is a long & winding creek that feeds the mighty St. Johns River in Northeast Fl...
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Naked Under the Stars

March 01, 2017 - Blue Spring is a name given to many a Florida spring, but to me, Gilchrist Blue is the jewel of them all. And within the...
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Blue Cypress Lake Christmas

February 01, 2017 - This was a rare year that we celebrated our family Christmas with kids and relatives early. That freed Crystal, Scruff,...
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Eye of the Aquifer

January 01, 2017 - OUR JAWS DROPPED as we came around a stony outcropping at the end of the obscure trail. A sunbeam poured through the ocu...
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Aucilla

December 20, 2016 - Aucilla - since the meaning of this river's Indian name has been lost, I'll venture a guess as to its meaning: Peek-A-Bo...
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November

November 01, 2016 - November... that's a pretty thin theme to hold together this random-seeming collection of mostly not-fall-like photos -...
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Wild Florida

October 01, 2016 - Many of my photos look pretty good online, but I'm looking forward to seeing 10 of them as large framed canvases in an u...
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Florida Spring Hopping

September 01, 2016 - From high in a tree, our very own Crystal Sink Nothing is more refreshing than to jump into the cold clear water of a F...
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Bay Scallops

August 01, 2016 - Every summer, our Big Bend sea grass beds become home to thousands of delectable bay scallops. The "hot spots" become pa...
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Sands of Tide

July 01, 2016 - Sand Peaks in Sunrise Light. Summer in Florida calls for the beach, the sun, the cool ocean waves, and a gentle breeze.
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Under the Sea

May 31, 2016 - As an avid saltwater aquarist, I spent countless hours snorkeling the saltwater coasts of South Florida and the Bahamas...
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On My Knees

May 01, 2016 - Recently reflecting on the intriguing cypress knee, I searched my archives and found I had many photos of them that I re...
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Tallahassee International Airport Art

April 01, 2016 - Last month, I got a call from the local Tailwinds Concessions manager to see if I'd like to exhibit my work at Tallahass...
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Valentines

February 01, 2016 - Traditionally the month of love, this February I've searched my archives for valentinian photos - from lovers and courts...
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Way Up Upon the Suwannee River

January 01, 2016 - Persisting through decades of recurring floods raging out of the Okeefenokee Swamp, the tough old tupelos along the rive...
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Landscapes of St. Marks

December 01, 2015 - As 2015 draws to a close, I send wishes that your New Year be filled with peace and health and many an outdoor adventure...
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Ginnie and Her Santa Fe River Springs

November 01, 2015 - Dogwood Spring. I first visited Ginnie Springs while floating in a tube down a section of the Santa Fe River one hot su...
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Earthly Eyes Aglow

October 01, 2015 - This October 1st post is dedicated to Daniel Kirby Moynahan on the 16th anniversary of his transformation day. David...
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Springs of the Mill Pond

September 01, 2015 - Given all the paddling trips and adventures I've made along the Chipola River, you'd think I'd have explored one of its...
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The Realm of St. Marks - An Introduction

August 01, 2015 - How can I be so lucky as to have S t. Marks National Wildlife Refuge 10 minutes from my home? Where do I even begin tell...
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Oil Blots and unspOILed Spots

July 01, 2015 - At this time five years ago, BP's Deepwater Horizon had been spewing uncontrollably into the pristine waters of the Gulf...
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In the Blink of an Eye

June 01, 2015 - The Swimming Scallop (above) is part of a new exhibit called "Life at the Limits " now showing at the American Museum of...
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Morning Glory

April 01, 2015 - We - you, dear Reader, and I - will be exploring a new approach to this blog over the coming months. You'll still see ph...
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River Love Poem

February 01, 2015 - Our first date was paddling a canoe through a cypress cathedral to a secret picnic spot where we lingered and got to kno...
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Of Rainbows and Lambs

January 01, 2015 - Belle Terra is the perfect name. Tucked into the tip of a north-pointing finger of valley in the Appalachian foothills i...
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Coming To Pass

December 01, 2014 - Cabbage Top, St. Vincent Island Coming to Pass, a new memoir by Susan Cerulean -- soon to hit the bookstores -- tel...
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Giant Tadpoles of Econfina

November 01, 2014 - As we rounded the bend and entered the spring run, rain appeared to be hitting in large plops over a patch of water ahea...
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Remembering

October 01, 2014 - Lake Bradford was our backyard for 12 years. That's where the kids grew up, learned to swim, and came to love nature as...
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Choctawhatchee River Adventures

August 01, 2014 - Florida's Choc-taw-hatch-ee River made headlines a few years ago -- as possible home to the maybe-not-extinct Ivory-bill...
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Sopchoppy

July 01, 2014 - The name rolls off your tongue so sweetly, doesn't it? Go ahead, say it aloud: Sop-chop-py. This river is as sweet and s...
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Historic Hays-Hood House Art Show

June 01, 2014 - 100 of my photographs - 30 of which are shown below - will be on display at the historic Hays-Hood House at 906 East Par...
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Disappearing Ice

January 01, 2014 - We are living in an exciting, albeit dire (for humans), time on this planet. Global warming, climate change, water wars,...
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A Toast to the Wild Flowers and Butterflies of Fall

October 01, 2013 - September is the month for butterflies in North Florida, so I am told by my avid butterfly-enthusiast friends. Guess tha...
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Drive Me to Abstraction

September 01, 2013 - Sharing and comments are most welcome! Enjoy! Monet on Myakka As a boy, I was encouraged to express myself through a...
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Portrait of a River: A Photo Documentary of the Apalachicola

August 02, 2013 - When my friend Earl Morrogh told me about an idea he had... to take Yok-Che, his new homemade mini-barge, for a 5 day ri...
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