“When we gazed upon all this splendour at once, we scarcely knew what to think, and we doubted whether all that we beheld was real.” Bernal Diaz del Castillo, The Conquest of Mexico and New Spain You land on a strange “installation” and there are a few moments of silence for you to takeContinue reading “Video Game Spaces: Halo”
In Florida, a different is always just a short ride away. These magical scenes are less than forty-five minutes away from my house in midtown Tallahassee.
Visited the Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway here in Tallahassee this afternoon. I wanted to film a “Minute Wild” video, but cars hissing by on the busy road about two hundred yards away ruined that plan. An unseasonably gentle storm had just passed through, too, so it was miserably humid. Most living things–excluding all of usContinue reading “Camera Roll: Greenway Disappointment”
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 inContinue reading “Wonderland/Wasteland”
Spent last weekend camping at High Falls State Park in Georgia and then rode back home down US-19 along the spine of the Appalachian foothills with a quick stop at the Auchumpkee Creek Covered Bridge.
Captures from a too-warm winter afternoon and evening drive around the Big Bend.
Today’s perambulations took me from the shores of Lake Talquin, where the wind bringing in the next layer of December cloud cover whipped the water to a hard chop–which is the only way I’ve ever seen Lake Talquin, to be honest–to the crisp winter understory of the Lake Talquin State Forest, where the pines areContinue reading “Camera Roll: Lake Talquin, Quincy, Tallahassee”
Here’s another shot from a few weeks ago that never made it here. Dusk settling over Okeeheepkee Prairie Park in Tallahassee, Florida.