Lakeland — …and decided that somebody ought to fix that. Amirite? He designed this logo and had it stenciled on all the large glass areas in the buildings he was designing at Florida Southern College. Now th...
Winter garden — You take a blurry picture, feeling a bit like a voyeur. The sign flutters in the breeze. It’s number two, which implies numbers one, three, and possibly even six. Is it right to start here, at the no...
Lakeland — It didn’t stop here, but there’s probably a dozen people loitering in the shade of the platform and its sycamore trees. I wonder what line they’re waiting for? As I write, the crossing gates lower ag...
Today’s Good Things ™: monarch butterflies, a sparrow, a rose garden, new shoes. Hopefully, dinner. But mostly the butterflies.
A maze of twisty turny branches, none alike
The power of mentors
R2-D2 making new friends at the Orlando Mini Maker Faire
A ceiling of glass seaflowers
Living near Disney World means driving down the road and spotting a lobster car advertising, "Best tail in town."
Frank Lloyd Wright walked into a pane of glass...
Students nicknamed the open metalwork spire of the chapel, "God's Bicycle Rack."
Afternoon sun through glass and brick, Pfeiffer chapel by Frank Lloyd Wright
Yes, Virginia, there are still passenger trains in the US
Luna and Sol
Raining while the sun shines.
The polka band at Hollerbach's is playing "She's Too Fat for Me."
A crescent moon hangs low in the sky. Too bright for Perseids, and too early. A raccoon skulks across the parking lot and climbs a tree.
A scream, suspended in spidersilk.
Ladybird lunch buggy buddy
The newest member of the reading group. Tasty!
Some days you're hopping, others you're just road kill.
A mysterious note
When a small indie bookstore closes, a little part of your community dies with it.
Teensy spiders shelter in the wheel well of my car.
Cheap burritos, friendly staff, and nuclear decor ( or is that the hot sauce? ) There's a reason this place is packed at lunch, and it's not just the Tuesday specials.
Like Jack's magic beanstalk, I'm pretty sure this tower was not here yesterday. Exhibit A: Crane. If you find any metallic, triangular beans, be careful where you plant them.
Hungry birds dig into the new grass at the latest chain restaurant in town. It wasn't planted for them, but they don't mind.
A temporary gap on the counter, soon to be filled with yet more stuff. Empty space is lovely and underappreciated...
A bird with a pointy, orange beak is attacking the atrium window. The window is evil, and must die.