Howler Monkey, Humming Bird, stairs to the top of a volcano and a squirrel

Poetry without words, taken in Costa Rica by the Areneal Volcano.

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Fun store, Key Largo.

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While the rest of the world is covered in snow; Postcard snaps from Miami

Leaving Key Biscayne, Miami FL
Leaving Key Biscayne, Miami FL

Miami skyline in the distance...Miami skyline in the distance…

My soul sista, Nina

My soul sista, Nina

Stiltsville - abandoned homes built on the sea...

Stiltsville – abandoned homes built on the sea…

Silhouette of stiltsville house

Silhouette of stiltsville house

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Nina

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Twilight skyline of downtown Miami

Twilight skyline of downtown Miami

Captain Jessie driving the fishing boat

Captain Jessie driving the fishing boat

skyline through boat window with a beer

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Check out the holographic girl dancing on the side of the building

Check out the holographic girl dancing on the side of the building

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My favorite pic of the day - nina looking into city lights

My favorite pic of the day – nina looking into city lights

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between two bridges -395 Highway on left and the Venetian Causeway on the right.

between two bridges -395 Highway on left and the Venetian Causeway on the right.

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‘Hey you, with the face…’ A Series of Portraits

Howler Monkey

This little Howler monkey, Costa Rica.

 

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alan walking through the jungle, with wading light and a long trek to the gates…

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After having lunch on the beach, this guy approached with hungry eyes.

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Kimmy waits for her owner, David Leori to return to his art studio. In turn, she is a little living installation.

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Humming Birds come out for a morning photo shoot…

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December 20th 2013, Arnenal Volcano Hot Springs Resort, Costa Rica.


In squirrels we trust…

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One afternoon in the 80s, my parents bought a bucket of KFA and took me into the pine woods offset from Key Biscayne Beach, in Miami. Four-year-old me, sat on a picnic bench waving a drumstick. Gnawing at it with my greasy little fingers, a squirrel slid down the tree and snatched my chewed drumstick. I pulled back, but the squirrel lunged and snipped my finger, punctured skin, then bound up the tree, meat in the locks of its jaws.  My only memory of a family picnic.

I had fun with this one at Coral Reef Park, Miami.