Last week as I was photographing wild flowers. I noticed a pile of trash mixed in with the beautiful flowers. It reminded me of Don't Mess With Texas anti-littering campaign. Living in Florida I got very tired of people mentioning that every time something was said about Texas. It seems that non-Texans thought it … Continue reading Don’t Mess with Texas — Wildflowers
I took this in 2014 on one of our trips to Cedar Key, Fl. Cedar Key is a quaint fishing village in North Central Florida on the Gulf Coast side. This shot was taken as our boat approached the deck.
Originally posted, July 24, 2009. When we lived in Florida, St. Augustine was one of our favorite get-a-way spots. St. Augustine is a beautiful old city full of history, funky cool shops and of course the beach. I really love the contrast between the colors of the sky and the silhouette of the trees.
In the fall of 2013 we took a weekend trip to Wakulla State Park, in North West Florida. We stayed in the historic Lodge at Wakulla Springs. The Wakulla river is well preserved and the fall colors made it even more spectacular.
Micanopy, Florida is a quaint little town located off I-75 between Ocala and Gainesville, Florida. The city's tagline is "The Town History Forgot". Micanopy was named for the Seminole Chief Micanopy. Micanopy was featured in the movies Doc Hollywood and Cross Creek. This photo was taken around Christmas 2007. Yes, I know we are wearing … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Hanging out in Micanopy
The Big Guy and I recently moved to Central Texas. We have enjoyed being closer to family and to exploring the Texas Hill country. Hancock Park in Lampasas, Texas is a 100+ acre park located along Sulfur Creek. Hancock Park includes a playground, walking trail, golf course, swimming pool and Hostess House. In the 1880's … Continue reading Sky Watch Friday: Hancock Park
The Big Guy and I moved to Florida in July of 2003. This would be the 1st Christmas of what would become an annual trek for the next several years. I don't know if Texas was that much colder in December 2003 or if we were just not used to the cold. It was in … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Christmas Break 2003