Spent Saturday as the official photographer / videographer of the Transforming Landscapes for a Sustainable Future conference held 19 & 20 January 2018 at the Emerson Center in Vero Beach, Florida. Sponsored by Pelican Island Audubon Society, the event attracted over 300 participants and brought renowned speakers from all over Florida and the country. The ultimate goal of the conference was to educate people about the importance of using native plants in landscaping for the benefits, to name a few, […]
A Squirrel with its own ideas of up and down finds no problem relaxing inverted at the bird feeder eating while defying gravity. Taken through one of the office windows at Audubon House set amidst the Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area.
These are the remains of a boathouse that was part of an old Florida marine research station that no longer exists. Out in the middle of nowhere, it was a hike through dense jungle-like growth to reach it. Successive hurricanes slowly dismantled it and now there is very little left of it except for the concrete slab and the boat launch area. And, of course, the vegetation creeping in. I like the row of red supports that look like insect […]