Monthly Archives: September 2011

Edisto Island Marsh

This image was taken on Edisto Beach, South Carolina.  I had to walk about a 1/4 mile from where I parked the car along the beach which is quite scenic in itself.  A very easy walk in the sand.  This … Continue reading

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Charleston Alley

Charleston is a wonderful city for the photographer.  Southern charm exudes on every street.  American history, great architecture, terrific colors and hospitality.  What more could you want!  I saw this scene while just walking downtown looking for a restaurant (of … Continue reading

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Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge

The Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge is one of my favorite locations for photography.  The bird photography during the winter migratory season can be among the best places found anywhere.  Many opportunities abound along Black Point Wildlife Drive.  I got … Continue reading

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Ring-billed Gull

Certainly not a rare bird species but what else do you want when you are sitting in a parking lot!  The Ring-billed gull is Florida’s most common gull and is found nearly everywhere but especially around water, landfills and shopping … Continue reading

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Eastern Bluebird

The Eastern Bluebird, also called the Florida Bluebird, is found pretty much throughout Florida.  A friend of mine lives just north of Tampa, Florida and invited me to come see the Eastern Bluebirds that made a home in a nest … Continue reading

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Lake Park

Across the street from where I live is a nice county park.  You can canoe or kayak on one of the small lakes, picnic under one of the pavilions, ride a horse, enjoy an archery range or let the kids … Continue reading

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Welcome to Florida!

You do not have to go very far to see an alligator here in Florida.  Some rather large ones have even been seen in the lake behind my house.  This one, a male, was probably about 11′ long.  The largest … Continue reading

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