It's really nice to get back here after a couple of months hiatus. My cello work during July consumed the entire weekday, and I was utterly disinterested in anything but prodigious laziness on the weekends. That means that I had not exposed a single frame of film for quite a while. But, my brief annual sojourn to Florida last week was energizing enough to finally do some work with the camera.
The Florida landscape is so enormously different than that of the Hudson Valley that I won't really begin to know what's significant from what's just novel to me until I have lived there eventually in retirement for a while. Still, live oaks, moss, and palmettos are visually so seductive that I couldn't resist. I may look back on these images some years from now and wonder why I bothered with what then will be a commonplace subject, but for now, I can't get enough of this stuff.