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Category Archives: Tallahassee
Friday evening we caught the opening of the BFA exhibit at FSU. There were only four summer graduates, of the work exhibited this one really caught my eye. I need to go back and check who the artist is, can’t … Continue reading
The view from my office during a noon time shower.
This is the scene that greeted me at about 7:30 this morning as I pulled into the university parking garage. It was sunny outside, there was no fog, and yet the humidity was so high that it looked like the … Continue reading
This past weekend I drove to CK for a short visit.It had been raining across northern Florida for a few days, and I would probably encounter some rain also. While I usually don’t like driving in the really heavy downpours … Continue reading
I really don’t quite know why, but I continue to be fascinated by my ‘photos while driving’ results. This one is on my way to work, just a block from the State Capital Building in Tallahassee.
…take it.” I believe Yogi Berra is supposed to have said that. When I get for a three mile walk, I take the one on the right. For a shorter one the one on the left will have to do. … Continue reading
Photographing the same scenery over and over is a tricky affair. I don’t have much trouble doing so with seascapes, for the sky and water are ever changing. But I don’t have that here in Tallahassee and the oaks and … Continue reading
…is sure one of my favorites. Unfortunately it is often hard to see because it has been dozed down, paved over, or built upon. This morning I was able to get a walk in, and this is one of a … Continue reading
…of our gorgeous oaks and Spanish moss; from this morning when I went out for a walk despite the cold spell we were having. Of course a cold spell here is like July in Rhode Island or northern Europe.
When I – grumpily – set out for a walk this morning, I unexpectedly ran across this piece of guerrilla art, fairly high up on the trunk of one of the first oak trees I encountered. It made me smile … Continue reading
Saturday morning I left Cedar Key to head to Tarpon Springs to meet an old friend for lunch at Hellas restaurant. I had spent the night in Cedar Key because I did not want to make the long drive in … Continue reading
Now that I am working at the University again, although only part-time, I am still struggling with my morning routine. Also, I have not set up a coffee pot at work. So I am treating myself to a stop at … Continue reading
…of 29 cents a gallon gasoline. This is the b&w version of one of my Florida Highway [19/98] images. It is along the highway, not too far south of Tallahassee. There is really no sign of a gas station having … Continue reading
…in Tallahassee. Well, not everything, but after coming up from Cedar Key, which is one of the driest places in Florida, and living just a couple of blocks off a six-lane highway, it sure seems that way. Tallahassee is known … Continue reading