Walking in the wetlands, I love to encounter dragonfly. The are probably my favorite critter to photograph, there is only one small problem, they do not sit still and so patience is needed and my stay in the hot sun can be lengthy.
When you are asked to create a fancy baby shower, you do your very best to meet those requests. From the thank you I received I believe I did that.
Today we spent some time shelling on Marco Island. The pristine white beaches are something to behold and it was a first time for me walking along this waters edge.
Today we head out to the Romano Dome House or what is left of it. The hurricanes and the rising ocean leave have left what was once a beautiful house, into 4 abandoned domes in the middle of the water.
Life is precious, we can’t count our days, make the most of it. Get our there, do things you may enjoy, embrace what life has for you, because you do not know what tomorrow may bring.
Living day to day is a new way of living for us, and in 30 Minutes in the Life I shared a little about how this has come about. The word melanoma is heavy on my heart
Nature always amazes me and it is so relaxing to take a walk through the local wetlands and enjoy the beauty of these gorgeous birds in mating season.
Once a bustling neighborhood, with names linking back to the days of big band, jazz and blues Overtown today has been decimated by highways, monorails, and the creeping urbanization of the big city. I had the chance to walk through this neighborhood recently.
It’s that time again for 30 minutes in the life. This week I wanted to get some water shots and so I thought I would head up to the Everglades National Park and watch the sunset. And hopefully get the water shot I was looking for.