Lens-Artist Challenge #143: Colorful Spring

The larger bulbs, tulips and daffodils, get all the acclaim but I love the ‘minor bulbs’ of Spring, small flowers that come earlier even as the snow is still on the ground, flowers such as the early crocus I posted last week. Snowdrops (Galanthus) are the earliest in my gardens. Unlike my loudly cheerful crocusContinue reading “Lens-Artist Challenge #143: Colorful Spring”

Lens-Artists #141 GEOMETRY

Boats, yo. Who doesn’t love tugs? We ALL love tugs. This shot from January 24th, 2018 of the working tug, Kaitlin Olma, on the Apalachicola Florida river walk is all lines, rectangles and circles that keep my eye moving around the image of a much adored subject. Word, before I die I’d love to tour,Continue reading “Lens-Artists #141 GEOMETRY”

Lens-Artists #140:Change Of Scenery

FLYING A severe cold snap in the winter of 2020 stunned a great many Florida sea turtles and on this day, January 16, 2020, the sea turtles that had been cared for at the Gulf Marine Specimen Lab in Panacea, Florida were released into the Gulf at Dr. Julian G. Bruce Saint George Island StateContinue reading “Lens-Artists #140:Change Of Scenery”

Lens-Artists Challenge #139 – Special Moments

“No coward soul is mine,No trembler in the world’s storm-troubled sphere:I see Heaven’s glories shine,And faith shines equal, arming me from fear.” ~ Emily Brontë September 16, 2017 was my last stay at Big Sable Light. I got up early to watch the sunrise. The extra discomfort was rewarded with a spectacular sunrise and the luxuryContinue reading “Lens-Artists Challenge #139 – Special Moments”