Images depicting Florida's beautiful coastline.
I call them the Florida Coast Guards. Mangroves are true natives of Florida and they guard the coast for all of us.
Coast Guards - I
Coast Guards - I
Coast Guards - II
Coast Guards - II
Coast Guards - III
Coast Guards - III
A subdued showing of color in this Everglades sunset.

Hint of Color

"Surrounded by Pastels"

Florida Camera Club Council - Yellow Ribbon

While we live in the hustle and bustle of the cities, life on the gulf and barrier islands is determined by the elements. 

"Proportions" -  Pine Island Fishing Shack

2020 Center for the Arts Bonita Springs "Black & White"

"Mother & Daughter - Cooking up a Storm"

      Apalachicola Bay
Apalachicola Bay
After the Sorm
After the Sorm
Good Morning
Good Morning
The historic Naples Pier at the end of 12th Avenue South is a favorite location for sightseeing, fishing, bird watching, dolphin spotting and the peace of scenic sunset views - like this one.   

"Pastels"

2019 International ND Awards - Honorable Mention

“Close of the Day” (Old Naples Pier)
The Gulf of Mexico offers some of the best sunsets in the world. This particular image was taken in Naples, near 2ndAve South. What used to be the old pier serves now as a resting place for pelicans. 

"Close of the Day"

Florida Camera Club Council - 2017 Blue Ribbon 

Treasure Coast Photography Center, Port St. Lucie, Fl, 2018 juried exhibition "From the Heart" (national) - Honorable Mention

Cape Cod Cultural  Center "The Golden Hour", 2018 juried contest (international) - Second Place

Photocrowd Landscape contest (international)#147, 2017 - First Place

Overland Park, Kansas, "Art at the Center", 2018 juried exhibition

Nominee for International Color Awards 2018

Naples Art Association , 2018 juried exhibition "All Florida"

Center for the Arts Bonita Springs, 2018 exhibition "Second Nature"

F11 News, International Publication, 2018

Landscape Photography Magazine, International Publication, 2018

"Art of Photography" 2019 National Juried ShowPrairie Village, KS

Morning Light
A beach in Florida. It is early morning and the first rays give a warm embrace to the world that is just awakening.  
The cloud cover softens the morning light even more, creating muted, pastel-like colors, yet with a strong impact. A long exposure takes out the ripples in the water and creates the silky surface.

"Morning Light"

2019 Backus Museum, Fort Pierce, FL -  National Juried Exhibit "Through the Eye of the Camera"

3rd Place Travel/Landscape

2019 International ND Awards - Honorable Mention

It is the twilight hour and three tree stumps standing guard on the beach at Lover’s Key Park in Florida. Imagine the time they have been standing there and the scenes they must have witnessed.​​​​​​​

"Twilight Sentinels"

Lover's Key State Park
Lover's Key State Park
Little Estero Island
Little Estero Island
Resting
Resting
Sailboats anchored at the Naples City Dock.
The slight ripples in the water cause the reflected masts to look like oil paints squeezed out of a tube and spread over a canvas.

"Dock Reflections"

"Moonset"

"Harvest Moon"

"Jensen Beach Sunset"

"New Beginnings"

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