Monday, September 10, 2007

Real Florida #3



Heading into the park on the pathway.

This is a pretty small park and basically consists of a large loop that you walk around the park on. There are numerous areas with seating for you to take a break, but those were mostly in the sunlight so I passed them up. The pathway was shaded by the trees much of the way.

I would estimate the entire walk to be a mile or so, and even in the shade most of the time, I ended up getting overheated.

Thank goodness that our Camry has a good air conditioner. I had that baby maxed out on the way back to work after my walk.

Also, I posted a nifty photo on my other blog today if you care to go over there and see it. I worked on it last night and really liked the way it turned out.

8 comments:

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi John,
What a co-incident we like both mysterical photography once in a while, Beside the story (intersting) I love both shots, (almost like my butterfly last sunday)I changed also my header today..

Joann :)

Lori said...

That's a lovely path. It's a good thing there are the shade trees! Also liked your flower photo on your other blog. That framing effect is neat!

CG said...

I just want to wander along that path...and isn't AC great??

photowannabe said...

This looks like a welcome respite for your day. Harrah for AC....
Great shots.

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi John ,

Question about your comment:Where in Costa Rica is (your friend) going for surfing ? You know the place?

We have been at , 'Tamarindo beach', that beach is well known for surfing (Northwest of Costa Rica)...

Thats a great place to go, :) JoAnn

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

These are beautiful! (same as #1 and #2 :) )

Moi said...

love the second shot....the green there is precious :)

and John, unlike you I am bad with numbers and I'm ashamed to say that coz I'm an engineer....and I'm not very good with verses either....these are the verses I faintly remember from past and as and when I remember them I google them for my pics :)

Ben said...

I like both, one for path and one for abstracted leaves. Good one!