Unless otherwise stated, all writings and images are my property. You are free to make nonderogatory use of any of them pursuant to a "Creative Commons" license, provided that you give attribution by linking to page on which the material appears and giving attribution to "Damozel (The Flatland Almanack) with a link to the homepage. I don't want it to be used in connection with any site promoting spam, pornography, or any activity which would compromise the individual dignity of my fellow human beings. If in doubt, you can ask.
Another Miami sunset complete with skyline; more 'subtropical noir' from photographer Caleb; the ambiance of a small-town cafe; the reflection of a pastel sunrise from a somewhat different angle; light shining through the petals of an orchid; raindrops glittering on the petals of a cluster of azaleas; a sunrise in HDR; and the blue and shining glory of Navarre Beach.
Three beautifully detailed and expressive photographs showing how nature manifests itself here in Florida: a blue heron, a gorgeously striated yellow and black caterpillar, and one doughty sunflower battling the breeze. All here.
-a nautical scene from Fort Myers (very colorful) -photos from Cassadaga, Florida's spiritualist camp -a baby scrub jay photographed in Tampa (compelling evidence that birds really ARE the descendants of dinosaurs....
Some beautiful photographs from Florida's Gulf Coast: a glittery photograph from downtown St. Pete; mysterious 'subtropical noir' by our featured photographer, Caleb (St. Pete); a gloriously surreal vision of Tampa's street car terminal; and one beautiful golden-eyed bird: all right here.
andy millman, andy milman, british actors, british stars, damozel, extras, gandalf, great actors, ian mckellern, just eat the damn peach, ricky gervais, sir ian mckellern, the flatland almanack, the flatland chronicles
After a friend of mine complained about the lack of Florida Florae at my blog, I posted some really magnificent water lilies and orchids....Then, just to keep it from looking too much like someone's spring fantasia, I added a gloriously somber photograph of palm trees under moonlight extremely early one summer morning.
Finally, a photograph taken FROM THE AIR of a gull flying over the Gulf at the keys.