A Year (or More) of Photos

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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Just Before Sunset, Indian Rocks Beach

Just Before Sunset, Indian Rocks Beach

Monday, August 7, 2017

Whimzey House

Whimzey House - Whimzey House is located in Safety Harbor, Florida. These are two of the buildings on the located on the property.

Gazebo



Garage

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Portraits - Randy & Colleen, Haven of Rest

Portraits - Randy & Colleen, Haven of Rest - Husband and wife Randy and Colleen both worked at Suncoast Haven of Rest while it was located in Pinellas Park, Florida. Randy helped run Haven of Rest, while Colleen worked doing intake for people requesting help from Haven of Rest.

Randy



Colleen

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Portrait - Maryann

Portrait - Maryann - Maryann was an old friend from school. We've since lost touch; I hope she's well. This was taken at Sawgrass Lake Park in Pinellas County, Florida.

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Nature Writing Class - "Field" (Or Water) Trip

Nature Writing Class - "Field" (Or Water) Trip

One of the classes Dr. Thomas Hallock teaches is a Nature Writing class at the University of Florida St. Petersburg, usually during the spring. Besides reading nature-related books and articles, students write about nature, especially pertaining to St. Petersburg's Salt Creek, which empties into Bayboro Harbor. There are also several "field trips" (and water trips) to learn about Salt Creek, as well as Florida's waterways. Students also learn about the need for a clean environment; part of the field trips are to help clean waterways.

Here, the students are at the turn-around point for their Salt Creek kayaking/rowing trip.



Students are getting ready to turn around to head back to USFSP.



Heading back.



Here, one of the students reaches to pull garbage out of the water on the way back to USFSP.



Tom Hallock (with white cap) is an enthusiastic professor. His class was one of my favorite classes while at USFSP.



These bags of garbage were taken from part of Salt Creek during Dr. Hallock's 2011 Nature Writing class.