The Dry Season

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APRIL 2009 This story in the blog is a long one. I have been photographingour back pond while it goes through the demanding monthsof drying up. Watching the wildlife in this stressful competitivetime is like having the Discovery Channel on every day! So, if youaren’t interested in pictures of birds and ‘gators, carry on toanother chapter in the blog and… Read More

Ma Gator playing with her babies

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I was sitting at our porch window photographing the birds that wereaccumulating around our pond. The pond is drying up, so the fish areeasy to get at…which means a lot of birds to photograph! All of a suddenthe Ma Gator came up out of the water with a baby gator in her mouth!I thought she was eating her babies! But… Read More

Rick’s Photo Safari

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The Photo Safari group with Rick in a discussion about photography Rick Cruz is an employee in our gallery and also has hisphotography in our gallery. For more information about Rickand his work you can check out his website at: We had asked Rick if he would like to give a photo walk around theproperty and help folks to… Read More

Visit with David Brookover

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David & Clyde When we were out west photographing for Clyde’s exhibitAmerica the Beautiful we bumped into Steve. He onceworked in Florida and now was working in the Tetons. Stevegave us all kinds of locations to scout and was a wonderfulfriend to us while we were there. Steve told us about a galleryin town (Jackson Hole) we might enjoy seeing.… Read More

Gator Hook with Clyde

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It was a beautiful day, but a hot one for a walk witha 30 pound back pack on Clyde’s back. It felt goodto be going back to that wonderful, peaceful place in Gator Hook.AND…I couldn’t wait to share it’s beauty with Clyde! Heading down Gator Hook Trail… In my images from the trip to Gator Hook withKaty, Eric and Deedra… Read More