Once again patience and persistence paid off for us and everyone in the group had a chance at some very good photos. I’ve also written here before about not putting your camera away until you’re back in the car. Yesterday was another example of this very important rule!
We’re really blessed in Central Florida with a large number of places that the photography or nature enthusiast can visit. The Photography Interest Group mad took another trip to Blackpoint Wildlife Drive yesterday. There was a lot to see.
First, I want to wish all readers of this humble photo blog a very HAPPY NEW YEAR! Second, this year your devoted author has decided to join the growing tradition where photo blogs post a collection of their favorite photos from the year. To accomplish this, I’ve gone through the photos I made in 2009 … Continue reading My favorite photos of 2009
I visited Black Point Wildlife Drive at Meritt Island National Wildlife Refuge near Titusville, Florida this morning with my local Photography Interest Group. Central Florida’s recent lack of rainfall has dramatically affected the region. We saw small puddles in areas that are normally covered in water, birds and photographers. If you’re planning to visit this … Continue reading Birds scarce at Black Point Wildlife Drive – Water levels down
Ansel Adams said: “Sometimes I do get to places just when God’s ready to have someone click the shutter. ” For me, last Friday was one of those times. When I find myself in in a situation like this I have to be careful not to be overwhelmed. It’s too easy to start clicking the … Continue reading Black Point Wildlife Drive – Friday, January 2, 2009
My summer vacation – Day 1 : A visit to Wekiwa State Park and a solo canoe trip down the Wekiwa river where I attempt to paddle, navigate and make photographs, all at the same time, and where success is measured by returning without once falling overboard, with all the gear I left with, and … Continue reading My Summer Vacation around Central Florida