There are two more monographs I've obtained that I am enjoying a lot. One is by the late Georgia photographer, Jack Leigh titled The Land I'm Bound To. The other is by George Tice titled Seacoast Maine. Both are vivid evocations of place, and both do it well. Many of Leigh's photographs share themes with those of Tice, and there's no doubt that he's been influenced by that master, but Leigh is genuinely of coastal Georgia and is original and true to that subject. I mention this because I need the influence too. This flat Florida landscape isn't easy to photograph the way the rolling hills, and open forests of New York are. Both Leigh and Tice use fog as an important filtering element, but that's not so common here. Coastal Florida, though, has incredible clouds that form on many summer afternoons and often bring local downpours. The photograph here was made standing at the edge of the little roadside pullout where I found the bent over tree in my previous post. The clouds were not spectacular, but were good enough!