Nothing like a peaceful burst of sun along the Gulf of Mexico late in the day. It's been a sultry summer in Florida. But, it was tolerable when I headed out to Lover's Key State Park near Ft. Myers late yesterday afternoon. Even with a pleasant sea breeze keeping the air somewhat pleasant, I didn't encounter any wildlife and very few people -- just a few fisherman, including the one in this shot who was packing up his equipment. I guess everyone is staying tucked in as much as possible.
This was the first time I've been out and about shooting since I last left you (rather abruptly) three months ago. Gosh, it felt good to be back at it! I've been swamped producing a couple of personal video projects. One video is done and the other is nearing completion. When those are in the rearview mirror, hopefully, I'll be able to round up the entire SDP staff once again and spend more time with the blog. **fingers crossed**
In my last post back in May, I showed a photo of a beautiful field of wildflowers and promised more information. (Note: I didn't say how long it would took for the SDP staff to provide the info.) The field was located at Myakka State Park in Sarasota and the flowers were coreopsises, which happen to the State of Florida flower. Hope everyone in the blogosphere is doing well!