I had the great fortune to be in the right place at the right time to capture a sunset on the river.Read More
Today’s photos are shared by in-law Lynne. I’m so lucky that I have wonderful family who share with me their beautiful photos. Thanks!
Lynn and her husband retired to Tennessee from Michigan about 8 years ago. Lynn was raised in Tennessee and they bought a home in the Smoky Mountains. Several times a year they drive back to Michigan to visit family and friends. Today’s a few shots from their trip last week.
My nephew James and his wife Heather went on vacation in June. This is the eighth and final post from their vacation photos. Thank you James!
Grand Canyon National Park, in Arizona, is home to much of the immense Grand Canyon, with its layered bands of red rock revealing millions of years of geological history.
Today’s post is the last group of James’ beautiful photos from around the Grand Canyon. James was so organized when he shared his photos in folders by area visited. These final 20 photos were labeled Grand Canyon Miscellaneous I made a few collages that I hope you like. Thanks for visiting Nevada and Arizona with me in this summer. I hope you have enjoyed his photography; I am so proud of him.
Dodenese Blvd., Tarpon Springs, Florida
What will you find in Tarpon Springs? The Sponge Docks, Greek Restaurants, Bakeries, Attractions, Natural Sponges, Sponge Diving, Tours, Sightseeing Cruises, Unique Greek and Florida Souvenirs, lots of Shopping, Sightseeing and Live Entertainment
Today I’m sharing a few photos from the sponge docks with views of the Anclote River. Tarpon Springs restaurants, boat rides, bakeries, and entertainment are local and tourist favorites here on the west coast of Florida.
Sims Park is in New Port Richy, Florida, a suburban town on the west coast of Florida NW of Tampa
Last week we took a drive through downtown New Port Richey. Today let’s stop and take a look at Sims Park on the Pithlachascotee River and Orange Lake. During normal times, there are festivals, concerts, and events in the park on the river throughout the year. Just not this year. Read More
6938 Plathe Rd, New Port Richey, FL (727) 841-4560
James E. Grey Preserve is an amazing treasure in New Port Richey. Quiet, peaceful, and so old Florida, it is an 80-acre riverfront preserve offering many birds & other wildlife, 2 miles of trails & a playground. This City of New Port Richey park is quiet and very pretty. I saw plenty of pretty birds, gopher tortoises and turtles in the river.