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.
We use these pull cards at DEP when we check out files. Each one of the file numbers written on this card corresponds to a lease of State-owned lands. I thought it would be neat to take a couple of the old cards that were used up and paint one of the projects someone used… Continue reading Public Lands No. 1
Recorded at Lake Talquin State Forest, March 29, 2020. It was exceptionally hot and difficult to see the screen down on the ground for this little scene. I moved the camera halfway through (before this scene starts) and didn't notice until I got back off of the trail later that the hole was out-of-focus. What… Continue reading Minute Wild: Ants at Lake Talquin
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.
I'm working on a project based on the Florida Seminole Wars Heritage Trail. Because the Trail is primarily spatial, I started by creating a Google Earth layer listing all of the points by region. I just learned that WordPress.com disallows kmz uploads, so I imported the map into Google Maps instead. Here's a link to… Continue reading Seminole Wars Heritage Trail
Before the U.S. Government built the Woodruff Dam and created Lake Seminole, the confluence of the Flint and Chattahoochee Rivers was a place of significance and power for many different peoples across the centuries. Today I understood that a little better when I saw this aerial from 1940 depicting the literal wedding of the waters… Continue reading Places of Power: Southern Rivers
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