I dug this old pic up from 2005 from when I took my old Canon 10D and 400mm f5.6 to the Everglades to do some nature photography. The sun was setting after a very stormy afternoon and caught this red-shouldered hawk admiring the sunset as much as I was.
It truly is amazing how photographs can bring you back to a certain moment. It seems I forget more than remember these days, but seeing this and I am immediately back in my old Ford Explorer, wet, cold and sitting on the side of the road watching the sun set when I noticed this hawk sitting on this old wooden structure about a quarter mile up the road. I moved my Explorer up to get the shot, took this picture, and shared a beautiful sunset with a magnificent creature. Certainly not a bad memory to recall!
Not really, but this doorway in Ocala caught my eye. I have no idea where it leads, but it looks rustic and adventure worthy.
Or just Miami traffic? I think they are pretty close to synonymous.
You will understand this. Trying to get two young kids to look in the same direction alone is a feat only permissible by lady luck. Getting both kids to smile while looking at the camera, well, might as well play the lottery that day. I did get one for the family Christmas card, and can thank lady luck and a fast camera buffer for the shot…
Emily decided that the apples we bought for the horses looked too good, so she grabbed one from the bag. You may start to feel bad for the horse watching Emily eat, but he had a few carrots to tide him over.
Double negatives aside, I wouldn’t want to park here no ways.