Let me tell you…from ten degrees and snowstorms that just don’t know when to quit, to mid 70’s and cotton candy clouds…
Well…see for yourself.
Respect The Bagel! Ten gazillion transplanted New Yorkers can’t be wrong.
Great Blue Heron. Wakodahatchee Wetlands. Delray Beach.
Snow egret. With bonus eggs. I mean, come on…how can you not love that shot???
Green Cay Wetlands. If you press the photo button on your iPhone enough times, something good will eventually happen.
Taiji (T’ai Chi) Boardwalk style. This was fun. I actually brought the juggling balls with me with the intention of taking some juggling shots, but they just didn’t feel right in that setting. That and I’m certain they would’ve wound up in the water. If you want to see the Elvis impersonation that went with it you have to friend me on Facebook.
Turtles. Lotsa turtles.
My father kept apologizing to me over and over for not seeing a large alligator, as if it were his fault. I tried to explain…there was such an abundance of good stuff, it made no sense to think about the lack of one large alligator. Really, the whole place was eye candy.
This is NOT algae. It’s called duckweed. Ain’t the prettiest thing in the world to look at. But it serves its purpose. It prevents the overgrowth of algae by providing cover that blocks out sunlight. It also provides food for wildlife. And it also cleans the water by absorbing nitrogen and phosphorus.
How do I know all this? The sign said so!
In other words, we really need the ugly, slimy stuff we’d prefer to not have to look at. Kinda like the rest of life.
Hi there! My name is Larry… I own this place. 😉
Coming Soon: Part Two…The “Unnatural Florida.”