Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
I had to enlarged to feel or understand this beautiful shot! wow magnificent!Léia :)
Now that's an interesting combination of plants in that water.
Does one have to weed a water garden?
Lovely pond(?) detail!
There is so much life springing forth.
Lush green there still - Autumn hasn't moved in that far south, huh?!
Its wonderful to see the diversity of plant life thriving in this watery world...Thanks for sharing it, LoisPam :)
I guess you have a bit of water in the Southeast today. I kept wanting to rotate the image vertically, I don't know why.
What is the stuff that looks white and covered with stickers? I don't think I have seen it before.Thanks for the visit.
One of these days we are tripping to Dorothy Oven Park! I'm going to be looking for a beautiful woman with a camera!
There's a lot of different plants in there!
So much more detail when enlarged. A little world all on its own.
I love the picture of the palm trees, I wish we had them growing in the wild here!
Then you probably won't notice me Jacob!
I'm sure the frogs love to hide in your pond.
Oh wow, so much to see in that pictures, so many exquisite details.I could spend hours watching pictures likes this one. Fantastic.
This shot its just like a wonderfull expresionist painting!!congratulations!!
beautiful plants and it looks so much like it should be turned into a painting. Thanks for your comments on my website regarding the slot canyon photos. I am glad you are enjoying them!
I have enjoyed every photo you've posted from that park. What a beautiful place it must be in person.
I like that!
I too had to enlarge the photo to understand the whole effect. Exquisite!
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