A weathered fence attempting to remain standing in Florida
A weathered fence attempting to remain standing in Florida
Our wonderful friend and crew member of the original ‘Those Guys’, Catherine Williams, performing with the Ned Devines at Waterworks in Tallahassee, FL. She and the rest of the very talented group will tickle your ears with fantastic Irish tunes!
Tim Kerns playing bodhran, Catherine Williams on violin while playing with the Ned Devines at Waterworks in Tallahassee, FL.
Tristan prepping some homemade pizzas for dinner at his home in Tallahassee, FL. Thank you for spoiling us so much, Cat and Tristan!
the Ned Devines performing at Finnegan’s Wake in Tallahassee, FL. Great tunes with a great crowd, and plenty of Guiness to go around- how can such an evening be bad in any way??
A tasty Guiness to accompany such wonderful tunes from the Ned Devines while they perform at Finnegan’s Wake in Tallahassee, FL. Such great tunes in a great venue with great company!
Tristan mid-flight on a bicycle kick attempt- he would liike to add that he was not pleased with this attempt as he did not kick the ball correctly, but I think it still made for a cool photo.
Felix the Cat is now the official owner of Ant’s computer bag. At Cat and Tristan’s condo in Tallahassee, FL.
A common Florida lizard, the Anole, peeks above a fencepost.
Cats very yummy roll at Siam Sushi in Tallahassee, FL. They steered us in a great direction for a meal, yet again, and joined us for this meal! Yay!
Horace says push the right buttons. Horace is the keeper of Jenny and the trip.
Stickers on an old truck outside of a bar in Key West draws your attention to seek out what’s inside.
Anthony reading something interesting about cowlicks and beer guts, no doubt.
The lighthouse and cannon atop Fort Jefferson in the Dry Tortugas National Park
Fort Jefferson is neat. Ant and Freg doing work at the Dry Tortugas National Park.
Looking for some fish.
A textural shot of some of the deadwood found at the Dry Tortugas National Park
Found this guy sunbathing.
Even tied up in an indecisive manner.
He just popped out from in between the boardwalk as we were walking by. Cute little guy. I asked him about my car insurance rates, but then he just scattered away.
A green heron sings in the Everglades
a young bloom in the Everglades
An anhinga spots me while I take its photograph in the Everglades.
If you had a staring contest with this alligator you will probably lose. He is also more than likely a champion wing eater.
This gator uses glisten. A close up view of this gators pearly whites reconfirms my commitment to stay far away.
A tree with green leaves hangs out in the midsts of a dormant forest. This tree is ahead of schedule but knows spring is on the way.
A yellow bellied slider lifts an arm in the air as to wave hello.
A large collection of masts docked in Miami. Docked sailboats everywhere amongst the power boats, even original row boats can be found docked in the foreground.
Ant strolling around on a pleasant Miami afternoon. The palm trees greet you with thoughts of relaxation.
A South Beach alley and bicycle. You can also see the many fences that establish the property lines.
A very fitting mural on Collins Avenue in South Beach, Miami
A waterfront bench on a neighborhood lake in Weston, FL. A nice spot to sit and reflect on the day.
Cool little elephant we saw while walking down Las Olas.
Anchor monument in Pompano park
Nice to be viewing the storm from a distance
A cool wood lettered sign that has seen a few seasons stands out against the blue building.
A delightfully appealing stop sign near our taco lunch stop in Punta Gorda
a young palm absorbs sunlight
A bird’s perspective of a forest full of mature palms in Myakka River State Park.
A horse grazes on a large field in Florida. The crisp blue sky complements the horse’s slightly golden coat.
Pregnant goats hanging out in the shade underneath a tractor. These are some smart goats, staying out of the heat.
Ant playing tetris on a lawn in downtown Tampa
As seen from the Hillsborough River
A view of Tampa from Ballast Point
The world’s longest continuous sidewalk on Bayshore Blvd. in downtown Tampa
Moss and brick roads are common in a lot of Winter Park neighborhoods
A Belgian wheat, with a Terrapin Hopsecutioner IPA in the background.
“calico bay scallops, guanciale, baby spinach, lemon, parmesan” … devoured.
“Seriously, Lana, call Kenny Loggins ‘cause you’re in the danger zone.”
Reflections supplying great reflections for the lily pads
some of the beautiful light during my evening stroll around the neighborhood
Spanish moss hangs from large live oaks all throughout Winter Park, FL. An evening stroll portrays its somewhat haunting appeal in front of the streetlight.
They were everywhere! Yes, all of the dark shadows in the water are those big blubbery beauties.
the grand waterwheel on the side of the Old Spanish Sugar Mill
these beautiful azalea blooms are waiting for pollination
The twilight + the moon + lights on Fort Matanzas = smile on my face
caught the twilight in time.
This hawk also took much interest in Ant and his Zoo employee colored shirt
unbelievably beautiful colors
These beautiful birds really enjoy visitors who feed them!
Found him! Waldo’s Flea Market, and don’t worry the gun shop is open six days a week.
Ant standing outside the Hippodrome Theater in downtown Gainesville, FL. The flag flies on top of the theater.
A great older building full of character in Cedar Key. The wooden sign on top of the building was nice to look at.
We the pelicans, stand for …fish.
Slices so large they can’t fit in the frame! A slice of delicious from Momo’s Pizza in Tallahassee, FL.
This scene was very attractive and different to me. An extremely old and weathered tree stump hundreds of yards out in the ocean. Lanark Village, FL.
The water is so clear and the sand is so white along the Gulf Coast National Seashore
This fellow insists that you have a good time while you are at McGuire’s Irish Pub
I have always dreamed of a ride in one of these amazing machines. The Naval Aviation Museum has several Blue Angel jets available for viewing on display.
I needed to be elevated on the balcony to capture the entire CH-4 in one photograph. The extremely large plane on exhibit in the Naval Aviation Museum was the first plane to fly across the Atlantic in May 1919.
The Hangar One exhibit of the Naval Aviation Museum is an extremely impressive structure…wonderfully decorated.