A random selection of images from the pocket camera of Ghost Crabs and other things seen while spending Easter at Bob & Janice’s beach house south of Sebastian Inlet State Park. It looked like it would storm but nothing developed. A curious Squirrel looks in during lunch. Alligator artwork by Sean Sexton on display in the house. A tugboat passes by far on the horizon. Two Ghost Crabs on the beach. Sam taking a break from running around on the […]
Sean Sexton, artist, poet, and rancher, poses with an astronaut in the Florida state capitol building. Sean attended the Florida Cattlemen’s Association Legislative Quarterly in Tallahassee, which generally coincides with Florida Space Day making for an odd but satisfying mix of high and low tech lobbying to garner support from Florida legislators for both industries. Thank you to Sean for sending me this great picture from his adventures in Tallahassee this week. Learn more about Treasure Hammock Ranch.
Categories: Space Age Bulletins • Tags: astronaut, cowboy, FCA, Florida Cattlemen's Association, Florida Cattlemen’s Association Legislative Quarterly, Florida Space Day, Florida state capitol building, Sean Sexton, Tallahassee, Treasure Hammock Ranch
This is a collection of images from a night shoot — in glorious black and white! — of the exterior of Sean Sexton’s art studio at Treasure Hammock Ranch. If you look carefully, Sam appears in one of the images. Learn more about Treasure Hammock Ranch.
I finally make it out to Treasure Hammock Ranch for a walk with Susan Boyd and, of course, what had been a sunny day turns cloudy with rain moving in. Still, though it was fairly dark and cloudy, there were still some good bird pictures to be teased out of the gloom. Here is a sampling. . . . Sean Sexton and Dino wait as Mike Sexton, out of frame, opens the gate so they can drive through the pastures. […]
Categories: Nature • Tags: American Kestrel, Calves, cattle, Cows, dog, Eastern Meadowlark, Indian River County, Loggerhead Shrike, Love Bugs, Mike Sexton, radish, Sandhill Crane, Sean Sexton, Susan Boyd, Treasure Hammock Ranch, turnip, Vero Beach, wildlife photography
After a bit of a digital hiatus, the Florida Cattle Ranch website has returned online in all its glory. The website is a photographic expression of my almost two years spent at Treasure Hammock Ranch taking pictures of wildlife and the cattle work during the time I was putting together the ranch presentation. In putting the website back online, I am hoping to start going out to Treasure Hammock Ranch again and take up photographing the wildlife and anything else […]