A Year (or More) of Photos

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Friday, February 28, 2014


Ironman - Pinellas County, Florida - 2008

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Clothesline Project

Clothesline Project - Tampa Bay - Pinellas County, Florida - There are numerous chapters of the Clothesline Project across the United States. Each article of clothing - usually a shirt - is hand decorated by domestic violence survivors or their next-of-kin to remember those who have died because of domestic violence. Each shirt commemorates a victim and/or survivor.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Dad and Son

Dad and Son - Knoxville, TN - from photo documentary A La Familia - Jason carries his son in their back yard.

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Friday, February 21, 2014

Boyd Hill Nature Park and Salt Creek Trip

Dr. Thomas Hallock, an associate professor at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg, will be speaking this evening at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve on "How Do We Find Nature in the City?" He will be joining (joined by?) Tampa Bay Times writer Jeff Klinkenberg, journalist Cathy Salustri, a graduate of USFSP's Florida Studies, and Wendy Joan Biddlecome of Hernando Today/Tampa Tribune. In honor of this evening's talk, I'm posting the following two photos.

The first one is of Tom Hallock on one of the Salt Creek field trips (creek trips?) with his Nature Writing class; the second and third, taken in 2011, were taken at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve. (Sorry, Jeff, Cathy and Wendy. I'm not trying to ignore you guys here; I just don't happen to have photos of you three.)

Tom Hallock (in white cap), on the way back to USFSP, on Salt Creek, in 2012. Photo taken from St. Petersburg's Thrill Hill (aka the Third Street South bridge). Nothing like playing "dueling cameras!"

These two were taken at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve during the spring of 2011.

The color version of Tuesday's photo.

Saturday, February 8, 2014

I Miss Bill...

I Miss Bill... - Crowd at a rally at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg, 2010. Former president Bill Clinton spoke at the rally in support of Kendrick Meek.