Time to Photograph!!!

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Once again we ventured down the boardwalk at Mahogany Hammock in hopes of taking a picture of the GREAT tree. However, the wind was still too much… With disappointment, we returned to the parking lot and was thrilled to see the Southern Cross Astrological Society setting up their equipment in the parking lot! …and I thought Clyde had big cameras!… Read More

We made it!

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We figured if we could get this monster out of our driveway, we’d make it to Everglades National Park! It took a while to get down the drive way…Clyde drove VERY slowly…however, white knuckles and all, we made it to Everglades National Park. Needless to say, neither one of us is accustomed to driving such a large monster down any… Read More

Almost on our way…

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Our trip to the Everglades National Park took a slight detour to the archaeological site of Long Key. Tim Harrington, of the Archaeological and Historical Conservancy, contacted Clyde and requested that he take a photograph of the site for a mural in the new educational center. They needed the final image to be 10 feet by 27 feet! Long Key… Read More

The Everglades

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Since Clyde is known for his black and white photography of the Everglades, it may seem strange to say that our next great adventure will be photographing the Everglades! However, that is what we plan on doing for the next two years. Clyde’s goal is to publish a book on the Everglades ecosystem from Orlando to Florida Bay. He has… Read More