Storks and cranes are some of the larger birds residing in Florida. While storks may look very awkward on land, they too, just like the cranes, are gracious flyers.
Florida Wood Stork
Florida Wood Stork
"Forever Love"
"Forever Love"
Alligators are some of my favorite subjects in the animal kingdom, so primordial and yet so well adapted. During mating season they leave their safe habitat and can even be found in city streets.

"My Kingdom"

Florida Camera Club Council, 2019 - Yellow Ribbon

Annual Photography Awards 2019 - Honorable Mention

2020 Monovisons Photography Awards , Honorable Mention

"Looking for a Date?"


"Reflecting"

"Anhinga Pointe"

"Elegance in Motion"
"Elegance in Motion"
"Call of the Wild"
"Call of the Wild"
Small but mighty. 
You can observe SW Florida's burrowing owls on sandy, empty waterfront lots in Cape Coral and Marco Island where they live in underground burrows. During spring breeding season, they maintain a small territory comprising the nesting burrow and the immediate surroundings. Although small – they only reach 8 inches in height – they will a stare down any intruder with their almost hypnotic gaze.
Burrowing Owl
Burrowing Owl
Burrowing Owl
Burrowing Owl
Burrowing Owl
Burrowing Owl

Barred Owl

"I'm so pretty!"

Gator Mud Spa?

Attitude
Attitude
Green
Green
Looking for a Mate
Looking for a Mate
Galapagos Iguana
Galapagos Iguana

"Sally Lightfoot"


Minimalist Home
Minimalist Home
Backbreaking Mansion
Backbreaking Mansion

"Hawk's Landing"

(Sea) Lion King
(Sea) Lion King
Populus
Populus

"The Water is Cold"

"Eye to Eye"
"Eye to Eye"
"Osprey at Lunch"
"Osprey at Lunch"

"Singing the Swamp Opera"

2020 Rookery Bay Exhibition "Natural Selections"

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