Viewing Earth from 30,000 feet is a humbling experience, yet the miracle of air travel has become routine, a commodity.
Our quick thoughts on outdoor places and the people we meet.
This is one of those right place, right time stories. As usual, I was lagging at the tail end of our group of backpackers, taking photos and shooting video between Hickory Hammock and Bluff Hammock. Lori Burris, who led our group, stayed with me. After we descended the high bridge, most of the folks with […]
Gemini Springs Park is known for its interplay of open, sunlit spaces and deeply shaded oak hammocks. It made an ideal testing ground for our photography.
John finds a real bargain at the local outiffters – a SUBZERO Snow and Ice Tool – but can’t seem to find a way to test it for a gear review.
This week has been bookended by pelican sightings, with many peppered in-between. However, this photo is NOT of a pelican, it’s a black skimmer skimming the surface to pick up a meal. For reasons known only to themselves, flocks of white pelicans descended on Paynes Prairie early last week, and when I crossed the prairie […]
Cypress knees can grow much taller than you think. I was able to measure this particular one at Peacock Springs State Park by standing nose to nose with it.
A walk on the meditative garden paths at Sholom Park in Ocala, Florida’s peace park, for quiet contemplation and remembrance of my father, who passed this month and enjoyed this garden near his home.