I was exploring the Everglades a few months back when I found a nest of baby alligators. It goes to show what an exciting and mysterious place the Glades really are. Last year(2016) I was able to get out there several times. This trip was in November. My usual route is to take the Tamiami Trail, which is also known as U.S. 41, to the Big Cypress National Park Visitors Center. I also stop several times on the side of the road to look at some of the big gators that line the canal bank. The visitors center has a small board walk that overlooks the canal and usually has some large alligators basking in the sun right below. The next destination is Loop road. The road’s entrance is next to the former location of the now burned down Monroe station. I won’t go into details about loop road now(that is another article). But this is my normal trip to get into the Glades. Read More
So theres this extremely gigantic mural in Wynwood on 23rd street which paints Donald Trump as the Joker with the Statue of Liberty in a choke hold. It says “Come on what do we have to lose” in big graffiti font at the very top. Interesting and entertaining to say the least but what is the message beneath this piece?
Two days ago I went on a spontaneous exploration in the early hours of the day. I rarely see the morning due to my nocturnal ways but this recent adventure opened my eyes to the many awesome things there are to photograph, if i just wake up early.
One of the most remarkable places to catch the sunrise in Myami is at South Pointe Park in South Beach. Luckily I live about 20 minutes away which is why you may see me out there from time to time. Just yesterday I made a spontaneous trip there all by myself. The sun was to rise at 7:00 am, I arrived just before that during twilight. I never know what to expect. This particular sunrise reminded me of a dragons flaming breath.