Saturday, May 23, 2015

At some of the ocean front parks here, there are rather long walks through the dunes and sea oats to get to the water.  The paths are clearly marked and there are sections with boardwalks and railings.  As in all the parks, walking on the dunes is either prohibited or discouraged.  Thus, they retain the plantings that hold the sand in place, and provide seclusion for nesting birds and wildlife.  This photograph was taken from a boardwalk on Little Talbot Island at the very southern end near the mouth of the St. John's River.  (Film)



6 comments:

Steven said...

Hi John. I enjoy your blog. I am a new to film photography and have recently purchased a medium format system. As a local to NE Florida, is there a place you recommend for me have a hands on education or do you offer private lessons? Thanks for your time.

John Voss said...

Hi, Steven. Thanks for visiting my blog. If you haven't already, I'd suggest you sign on to apug.org. You can participate as a member, or become a subscriber for a small annual fee. The site has a huge trove of analog information and you can find the answer to any question you might have. I don't give lessons, but I'd be happy to meet up around here somewhere and discuss the process.

Steven said...

Great! I will sign onto apug.org. I am awaiting for the Pentax 67 to arrive in the next week or so... What would be the best email to contact you? Thanks again, John.

John Voss said...

Steven, as I don't want to publish my email addy on this blog, you can message me at apug under the name 'jovo'. From there I'll send you my real email address.

Steven said...

Thank you!

John Voss said...

You're welcome!