Category Archives: Nature

These Are the Days of Our Lives

We’ve been spending the mornings at the beach. The weather is greetings us with sunshine and warm temperatures and we’re welcoming the outdoors. This is, in my opinion, the best time of the year to enjoy the Florida coastline, before … Continue reading

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A Day at the Zoo

These parrots are sharing secrets. “Hey, do you know we are at a zoo?” “What’s a zoo?” “It’s a nice place where some animals live and are observed and fed by humans.” “Ah, ok, let’s go visit.” “Ahem, ok, but … Continue reading

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The Elegant Giraffe

Last weekend we went to the Zoo and I’ll be posting about that day here soon. Today I’m featuring the tallest animal we’ve seen there. The giraffe is elegant and very polite. If not being entertained, this animal might check … Continue reading

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Of All Corners of the World*

The sea. Deep, strong and yet peaceful. This is the place where we live. I mean, from where we live we face the ocean. Reformulating, this is the view we see from our place. We often walk on the beach. … Continue reading

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Let it Snow

The white. The green. The brown. The grey. The red. The cold transparent water flow. The bright light. The untouched achromatic fluffiness on a clear blue sky.   Dark days of Winter? Doesn’t seem so. Within this mountain travel, There … Continue reading

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Horses

This is my favorite photo from last week’s vacation. The horse is absolutely portentous, statuesque, magnificent. It is surely the ultimate punctum of this captured moment, as defined by Roland Barthes in his “Camera Lucida”. The colors are very autumnal, … Continue reading

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Hurricane Season – Tracking Earl at the Closest Point

This morning I woke up with the hurricane at the closest point of approach from Florida Coast. Around 8 a.m. Earl was about 373 miles from my location with winds of 145 mph (233 kph). It seems that was its … Continue reading

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