Night descends peacefully over Saint Maarten. From our honeymoon, April 2011.
No words, just a thought on reflection in a period of change.
This forgotten treasure was from a visit to Fairchild Tropical Gardens back in 2007. It was nice nice trip with a friend I haven’t seen in some time, should reach out to say hi!
The unfortunately rare green anole sits unmoving on this saw palmetto hoping to blend in as I pass by. Doh!
Remember the days when playing in the lake was all you needed? Whether it was swimming, fishing, skipping stones or just kicking around, the experience was fulfilling. It is hard to slow down sometimes, but who says we can’t enjoy the simpler things if we just make the time to enjoy them.
On a decaying branch of an old live oak tree lived this tiny forest most of us would pass by and never notice. I know I usually do, but this grabbed my eye and reminded me to slow down and look at the world around me a little more carefully.
The nice guy feverishly working the grill looked up just after I took this shot. Told him the burger was great and to keep up the good work; a universal thumbs up was flashed as his attention turned back to the next batch of grilled meat that needed tending to.