Six Weeks in Florida, Part 1, Snapshots

Below are a series of shots taken during our recent stay in Florida. They are images that spoke to me in ways the transcended the subject and evoked feelings of joy and wonder. Hope you enjoy.

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Tree, Ochlockonee River State Park

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Morning sunlight in Long Leaf Pines, Ochlockonee River State Park

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Pond, Ochlockonee River State Park

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Leaves, Torreya State Park

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Kayaks, Manatee Springs.

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Long Leaf Pine cone, Ochlockonee River State Park

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Sunlit, Bald Point State Park.

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Long Leaf Pine bark and fungi, Ochlockonee River State Park

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Designs, Ochlockonee River State Park

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Low tide, Bald Point State Park.

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Saw Palmetto, Manatee Springs

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Grass, Ochlockonee River State Park

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Boardwalk Manatee Springs State Park.

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Atsenia Otis Key, off Cedar Key

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Six Mile Cypress Slough, Ft Meyers

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Saw Palmetto, Manatee Springs

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Atsenia Otis Key off Cedar Key

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Turtle, Six Mile Cypress Slough, Ft Meyers

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Shells and driftwood, Lovers Key.

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Swamp, Manatee Springs

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Spring, north Georgia.

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The next Florida post will be about the birds we were able to photograph as we explored some of the state’s trails and waterways. Thanks for stopping by.

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Shadows and reflections, Six Mile Cypress Slough, Ft Meyers.

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7 Comments on “Six Weeks in Florida, Part 1, Snapshots

  1. Thanks.

    I wish that I can go with you…[&#X1f60a]

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    centralohionature posted: “Below are a series of shots taken during our recent stay in Florida. They are images that spoke to me in ways the transcended the subject and evoked feelings of joy and wonder. Hope you enjoy. “

  2. I’d say you transcended conventional depictions of these subjects and it became art worthy of a gallery. Thank you for sharing these.

  3. You may have called them snapshots, but I think that they represent just how beautiful parts of Florida really is! I’d love to see a few of these sights myself.

  4. Well, that was a very unexpected view of your holiday and very welcome too. You have a very good eye for what makes a good image and it was a treat to look through your shots.

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