I’m surrounded by boxes at home for my move and had to get outside for a while. Near a friend’s home here in central Florida, I captured a few bird photos. The birds are used to people and show no fear.Read More
I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year and share a soft sunset in my back yard. This is the last sundown I will share in 2022. I’m looking forward to lots of sunrise beauty as well as images of dusk that we all will share in the coming year. May we all have a new year of health, happiness, and love.Read More
Muscovy ducks are unusual Florida residents. They hiss instead of quack, they fly clumsily, and they somehow flourish in Florida’s urban environment. Native to Central and South America, they have lived in Florida for many years and can be found near lakes and canals statewide. These birds were illegally released primarily by private individuals for ornamental purposes or as pets. Muscovy ducks can be extremely prolific and local populations can increase dramatically in a short time. As a result, controversies frequently arise between residents who enjoy the birds and residents who consider them a nuisance. When you have a large number of ducklings multiple times a year, a duck mother is kept busy herding.Read More
Early Sunday morning I went to the kitchen and saw a little pink on the horizon on the west side of the house. This was confusing as usually the pink is on the east side and earlier than the time. I went out the front door facing east. and the sky had little pink. I went to the back yard and it was darker with a beautiful deep pink edge on the horizon.Read More
Fort De Soto County Park
3500 Pinellas Bayway S.,
Tierra Verde, FL 33715 – Fort De Soto Park
The end of the day in the right place is like a time in paradise with deep colors and layered skies. Today I’m sharing nature’s glory at Fort De Soto Park. See last week’s post for more information on the park.