Friday, January 23, 2015

Snapshots - Lake Park P2

Greetings from the Hermit-Writer. [Dec 14 shots]


If you follow me...you know I love trees, and have deep respect for the old one's making way for the young.



Falling sun trying to shine through the cypress and Spanish Moss


I enjoyed taking a break and shooting the little kids at the BMX park. There were some widdle ones.


And not so widdle.






You see a lot of this in Florida.


It's gorgeous under a setting sun, too. 

14 comments:

  1. Heb je ook meegedaan aan de rally?

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    1. I'm a little old for this particular sport :)

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  2. That 2nd shot is particularly interesting. Err - 'widdle'? Que?!

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  3. My hubby has some beautiful shots of the Spanish Moss from our trip through Georgia some years back. I love the look. What a fun park for the kids who like to skateboard.

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  4. Happy Friday Mac. As usual, you've given us some interesting photos. My favorite in this group is the 7th one down ... the youngster rolling along the curving pathway. Have a good weekend!

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  5. I enjoyed these photos - the Spanish moss, children on bikes, the green bike, the beauty of the park. Very nice and I can almost feel the warmth of the day.

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  6. You have some great action shots here.. in an always lovely setting. I quite like that bright green bike.

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  7. Very cool, in photo number 4 you capture him with not one wheel touching the ground! Perfect. I enjoyed this series a lot.

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  8. Love the trees.
    Here you would be regarded with extreme suspicion if you were taking photos of the munchkins unless one of them was yours. A sad indictment.

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  9. Like the shot of the green bike.

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  10. i enjoy the perspective you use for a lot of your pictures. it's creative.....i am creative but i would not think to do that, so i enjoy it!!

    i do like that green bike!!!!

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  11. Bike bike bike, everybody must have one in their life.

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