Wednesday, October 3, 2007
In yesterday's comments, Babystepper said that I must spend hours at the Indian River Lagoon.
I'm not sure about hours, but when I go to sit at a park, some of the closest and prettiest parks are on the lagoon.
I guess the short answer is, yes, I do, but maybe not as many hours as my photos might suggest.
In lots of ways, there are more interesting things to photograph on the lagoon that on the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean.
The Indian River Lagoon is a very diverse place. It's a pretty massive body of water in it's own right, so it affects me in many of the same ways as the ocean itself.
These two photos were taken on a visit to Castaways Point Park in Palm Bay, Florida, within the city limits of the town where I live. Palm Bay is growing so fast that they're finally sinking some money into land for parks before it's all turned into houses, apartments, or condos.
I didn't think that I had posted these before. I did a lazy man's search but couldn't find them, and there were no jpegs of these on my computer, so I don't think I have. I take most of my shots in RAW format. I'm enough of a geek and dweeb to actually like the process of starting with a RAW format image when I can.
I have a picture of MY MAN CORNER where I have my computer and do my photo stuff on my other blog today. (Some lucky men get a whole Man Room, our house it too small for that so I have my own Man Corner.)