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Captured Moments – Wing It

This week’s Captured Moment is from a beach photo shoot that I did with my husband a few days ago. The objective was to arrive at low tide and shoot from the beach with the coquina rocks as a backdrop. … Continue reading

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Florida’s Gold Coast

Next in our series of how Florida’s Coasts got their names, is the Gold Coast. You might notice a bit of overlapping on the map, but for the most part, the Gold Coast consists of Miami/Dade and Broward Counties. There was … Continue reading

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Captured Moments – Nature’s Poetry

This scene has an ethereal quality that evokes reflection. It is the sort of photo that deserves to have insightful and inspirational words accompanying it. If only I were a poet. Stillness shrouded in morning dew… uncertainty yielding… Fortunately, the … Continue reading

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Florida – The First Coast

Our mission this summer is to re-discover Florida and learn how it got its coastal names. Florida has ten distinctive coasts which have names that reflect their individual histories and personalities. In this post, we will talk about where it … Continue reading

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Captured Moments – We Time

You might think that being retired means that all of our time is “we time,” but that isn’t necessarily so. We have separate obligations and interests, and the distractions of every day life interfere with “we time,” very much like … Continue reading

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