Seen in St. Augustine Beach, Florida See more photos of windows or join Cee’s challenge here.
Solitary shore bird See more photos of isolated subjects or join Cee’s challenge here.
It was a windy day… Egrets at St. Augustine Beach, Florida See more photos of feathers or join Cee’s challenge here.
Underneath the spiral staircase at the St. Augustine Lighthouse See more steps, inside and out, or join Cee’s challenge here.
Sea Oats Sea oats (uniola paniculata) is a tall, subtropical grass found on beach fronts and barrier islands along the southeastern coast of the U.S., eastern Mexico, and some Caribbean islands. Tolerant to heat, salinity, and drought, sea oats are important in sand stabilization projects and help protect sand dunes from tropical storm damage. In the…
At St. Augustine Beach… Join in the challenge or see more neutrals here.
Rara has revived the Monthly Peace Challenge. Yeah! (If you are not familiar with her blog, you must check it out.) I participated in the peace challenge some time ago and was quite surprised, when I checked out my past posts, to see that my participation was actually three years ago in 2013. This month’s theme…
A gathering of sea birds, facing first one way… And then the other way… They like to face into the wind. See more photos of gatherings or join in this week’s challenge here.
A faraway look down St. Augustine Beach See more faraway photos or join Cee’s challenge here.
Biplane at the beach See more planes and birds and helicopters and kites and anything else that flies and join Cee’s challenge here.