https://youtu.be/sfZBBh6uPzk I took a trip down US-98 today after what feels like weeks at home. I am four months into remote work with no end in sight.
It's easy to practice social distancing when you're the only person on a 10-mile trail. https://vimeo.com/401984999
https://vimeo.com/399510766 A one-minute video for the nature-deprived. Filmed this morning at Natural Bridge Historic State Park in Leon County, Florida.
https://youtu.be/R3Oywg-oOMg A one-minute video for the nature-deprived. This was recorded on the morning of September 30, 2019 at Olustee Battlefield Historic State Park in Sanderson, Florida. With apologies for the spot on the lens. I've been putting these on Vimeo, but I decided to take the plunge tonight and create a whole branded YouTube thing.… Continue reading Minute Wild: Olustee Battlefield
Here's a new little project I'm working on: short, unedited videos for the nature-deprived. I'm calling these videos "Minute Wild" and have a few ready to go. Here's the first one, recorded at Lake Jackson here in Tallahassee. Not much happens here, and that's kind of the point. "Nature" is hardly ever as exciting as… Continue reading Minute Wild: Lake Jackson
"The Mississippi is well worth reading about. It is not a commonplace river, but on the contrary it is in all ways remarkable."Mark Twain, Life on the Mississippi Here's a great article that details Louisiana and America's coming reckoning with the Mississippi River's tireless resolve carve a new course to the Gulf: "America's Achilles' Heel:… Continue reading The Untamed Mississippi
It was over 100 degrees when I took this yesterday. The railings on the boardwalk overlooking the marshy fringe of Lake Jackson burned my arms as I leaned to capture this photo of dead trees and scorched grass lining the shimmering lake. This lake disappears every twenty years or so, leaving a scarred grassland in… Continue reading Wonderland/Wasteland
I live for moments like this. The 'secret pond' I like to visit every few weeks was aflutter with chattering songbirds when I stopped by a few days ago. I walked slowly around the edge of the pond, trying desperately to capture a good shot of the Jays, Wrens, Warblers, or Mockingbirds hidden in the… Continue reading A Gift