In a previous post, I mentioned a ride I took out to see some “Old Florida”, I was visiting Circle B Bar Reserve. Quite a bit of foot traffic for walkers, hikers, photographers, and birders along with a momentary gaze into what a large portion of our state looked like in another time.
Even with poor lighting, on my walk I took about ~100 shots, and paired it down to just a few. I can see much better photo ops with morning light – it’s on the list now.
Hmm… not sure.
Great Blue Heron
Took a long ride out from my small town and found a reserve with lots of old FL to admire. On the way back to the bike, I noticed the lighting was great, so I snapped this before we left for home.
A few different textures going on here… as soon as I walked by this “frame in my mind” I thought, how cool does this look?! This is a power box located next to a light rail depot in Winter Park Florida (think Mayberry RFD) – great town, very photogenic.
I thought the stand the box is on looked like driftwood, and the box itself has had probably a dozen coats of spray paint. The grass looked new, but the trees (AFAIK) are as old as the city.
A 10-year old photo from Padua, Italy on my way to Venice. I don’t think I visited or saw any piazzas I didn’t like – always something to admire or photograph.
This photo taken in Randolph, NY about 6 years ago. It was the family’s chicken coop with a coop full of chickens inside. The background behind this coop has two baseball diamonds today, so I’m glad I grabbed this shot when I did.
I took this photo a few years ago while visiting NYC – Grand Central is a very photogenic place. I thought this might fit into the topic of on the move as well, although very late to the party on this post.
Took this picture out on a ride a few weeks ago…