A photo retrospective

Each year is filled with challenges and 2016 was no exception. Without faith family friends and photography I don‚Äôt know how I would have gotten through this one. The original thought for this post was to share twelve of my favorite pics from 2016 on this poor neglected blog of mine. By the time I got to May I was bogged down with so many favorites that the plan was revised (ūüėā). So today I will share a bunch of my favs in no particular order or size and at some point in the future I will share some more.

Thanks for stopping by I hope you enjoy the views. Cheers to all, we will see what 2017 has to offer. Keep in mind that all we are is dust in the wind so count your blessings and go take more photos.

Do You See What I See…  © PC PHOTO 2017 All rights reserved



I felt one image was not enough to convey my perspective regarding this old mill.





Do You See What I See…  © PC PHOTO 2016 All rights reserved

We’re just dust in the wind count your blessings …now go take more photos!

Gopher Turtle’s favorite FOOD

Food : prickly pear cactus1After photographing this cactus I discovered that this Prickly Pear Cactus is a favorite food of Gopher Turtle’s.

The turtle in the background on the left side went unnoticed until the photo was viewed on the computer.

Do You See What I See…¬†

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WINTER isn’t all about snow

WINTER means cold temperatures and snow to many people.

Southerners continue wear shorts and sunglasses but there is a defined look for the season.

Palm fronds turn brown, Spanish moss hangs on to trees while the leaves fall to the ground and skies often look milky. 

WINTER***alligator alley

A look down the canal is an example of what winter looks like in Florida; it isn’t always lush and green and there isn’t any snow.¬†

¬†Do You See What I See…¬†¬†

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