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I added a group to an old RenFest Photo and I got a comment of how we've missed the festival - so I thought I'd post one from the past.
Some that I've posted previously are in the comments.
Nikon D500, Sigma 60-600mm Sports lens, 850mm, f/9, 1/800, ISO 360, Sigma TC-1401. View Large.
From my holiday album - my memories...
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Took this four days ago, well actually four sunsets ago. My first evening in Florida during this trip east.
A Sandhill Crane getting ready to eat a spider. They eat all types a food such as insects and seeds. Taken at Harns Marsh near Ft Myers Florida.
Large palms with a sheen like silver. Sarasota, Florida. Hasselblad X1D.
A recent trip to Indio Preserve netted this lovely Florida Scrub Jay. A nervous bird but willing to stay for his portrait. If you look close you can see my reflection in his eye!!
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The Guptill House at Spanish Point, Sarasota. Hasselblad X1D.
Creepers on a tree trunk. Sarasota Florida. Hasselblad X1D.
Ferns growing on a palm tree. Sarasota Florida. Hasselblad X1D.
Shot taken in South Florida. When I used to live in South Florida, I remember enjoying many amazing sunrises, sunsets, and afternoon thunderstorms. It was great to reminisce when I spent a recent vacation back in that area.
Fallen tree and palm leaves. Sarasota, Florida. Hasselblad X1D.
I love shooting sunrise/sunsets in Florida as there are so many beautiful foregrounds and lakes to explore. This one I shot before a morning meeting ( I did arrive with some mud on the shoes....)
My personal favorite from the past winter. Back to Canada and 14 days of isolation.
We were fortunate that our cruise was scheduled for 2/22 - 2/29. We had a great time! This was taken the morning of embarkation day. We had flown in the night before, and that morning I walked to the beach and was greeted with this sunrise. Not a bad way to start our vacation!
Travelling in my memories...
Taken from my FL holiday album.
Florida Polytechnic University is surrounded on three sides with water. The first image I posted is where I had hoped to get reflections, but the wind prohibited that. On this side, the water was virtually still and gave me the mirror look I wanted.
Do not try this yourself as it will not end well - this egret was casually standing on the back of a 6+ foot (1.8 meters) alligator and gracefully drifting across the water.
Fall in Florida. We may not have the amazing fall foliage with all the vibrant colors, but we do have amazing sunsets. This is a photo taken on the Indian River during sunset. Vibrant pinks and blues light up the sky and reflect on the water. Yes, this is Fall - Florida style!
Taken a few years ago, not often seen.
Tickseed (Coreopsis levenworthii) is Florida's State Wildflower.
I have planted two varieties of Coreopsis in my garden, one of which is very similar to this Coreopsis species. It will reseed itself for next year's "crop", but the seed heads attract Goldfinches that put on a show each evening as they voraciously devour the fresh seeds.