…or algae on a lake? You decide.
A quick pick from my first visit to NYC in March 2003, taken with the now ancient Olympus C2100UZ. Normally I don’t post gear info, but the 2100 “UZI” was a great camera that was a lot of fun.
Florida’s endangered eastern indigo snake is one of our most beautiful, second only to the eastern diamondback rattlesnake:) This photo was taken a few years back, and is only the second one I have seen in the wild. Despite my best efforts I haven’t seen another indigo since then, but I keep hope that we will cross paths again one day.
Sitting in beautiful Forsyth Park reading a book seems like a great way to welcome autumn.
Dead trees are often considered eyesores, but besides becoming snags and a benefit to the environment, they can be pretty interesting to look at sometimes. Guess it is just a matter of perspective.
The riverfront area in Savannah is the tourist-trap area with gimmicky shops, loud hawkers and over-priced restaurants. We usually do not make it since we prefer the squares and other areas but our hotel was close by so we stopped by for a night stroll.