It's New Years Eve and it's time for a shameless plug of my own. I took lots of pictures when I lived down in Florida. A couple of years ago, I collected some of my best and published them in calendars. To ring in the New Year, I've republished my calendars for 2015.
If you are looking calendar that will look good on your wall, please check out my calendars here: GatorDude spotlight on Lulu.
My topics are the Forgotten Coast of Florida! It's a relatively undeveloped stretch of the Florida Panhandle. You can preview my calendars below:
The Rusting Cars of Wakulla. It's a graveyard for vintage cars and trucks
from the 1950s near Crawfordville, Florida.
Finally, what trip to Florida would be complete without Alligators. I've got lots of my best alligator shots right here:
These calendars are a beautiful addition to any kitchen wall or office space. If you are a photographer, they'll also give you a chance to see what you can do with your own calendar project.
This concludes my shameless plug! I hope you have a great New Year no matter how you keep track of it!
This blog is dedicated to the American Alligator and its habitat--the swamps and lakes of the Southeastern U.S. It will showcase the beauty of swamps and all the critters that call swamps home. You'll find links to resources where you can learn more about swamps, wildlife, birds, and alligators. You'll learn about the Okeefenokee Swamp, St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, Paynes Prairie, and other alligator habitats.
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Thursday, September 11, 2014
My Favorite Highway? US 98
If you are looking for a road to travel, check out US Highway 98 along Florida's Gulf Coast. The stretch from St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge to Panama City is spectacular. You'll often travel within yards of the Gulf of Mexico!
Sunday, August 31, 2014
The Bobcat We Saw at St. Marks NWR
St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge must be one of the best places to see wildlife in the Southeastern United States. We'll never forget April 29, 2010. It was the evening when we saw our first bobcat at St. Marks NWR. He was a long distance away, but I managed to grab this quick snapshot!
|Bobcat at St. Marks NWR|
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