One highlight of our time in Florida was a day at Ginnie Springs. The springs, and there are many of them, are crystal clear and always 72 degrees F. throughout the year. Using newly acquired snorkeling gear, it was a real treat to dive in water that is so utterly transparent. When I'd had enough of the water, I took out the C220 and made these nesr the mouth of the spring. (I'm still so new to the area that I continue to be impressed by palm trees, and cypresses...)
Sunday, August 10, 2008
It's been a while since I've posted here, but I've been far too busy with music work to even look at my cameras. When the cello gig finally came to a close, I left immediately for Florida to join my family who were there already. These 'graphs are from that trip...the first from the beach behind Marineland (the original oceanarium that's been completely remodeled as a dolphin study center, and a wonderful place to visit), and the other three from a stream we passed in North Carolina on our way home via the Blue Ridge Parkway and Smokey Mountain National Park. All were taken the C220 which makes an excellent travel kit. There will be more images to come as the film gets developed and scanned.