Fishing with a Huge Bobber




While photographing manatees at the Lee County Manatee Viewing Park (in Lee County, Florida), this huge “fishing bobber” popped up, out of the water, in front of us. After talking to a couple of girls who were photographing and documenting the manatee activity, I found out that this was a recently-released manatee that was being […]

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Living Dangerously




The Manatees, or “sea cows”, as slow-moving and friendly as they are, have some real challenges just surviving in the wild. One of the most serious threat is the motor boat. More specifically, being hit by the propeller of a boat. When photographing the manatees recently, I observed several that had encountered obvious run-ins with […]

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Fun Friday: How’s the Weather Out There?




What do you do when in Florida and the weather gets unseasonable cool (cold?)? Why not go manatee watching? During my recent trip to Florida, one of the cold fronts that have been pushing through the Midwest and southward, managed to make it all the way into Florida and caused the temperatures to drop into […]

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