Jimmy, the Wallaby, tries to ski. This was done with a few markers on a piece of watercolor paper. Sometimes, it’s just fun to grab some markers and doodle…
During today’s morning walk in Crandon Gardens, I see these bright yellow flowers enjoying spring time. Who doesn’t?
Here we see a very green, practically neon green, iguana. He is just looking at me wondering what will be my next move. I take his photo, admiringly, and then walk on and he scurries off into more of the foliage. This is a Key Biscayne resident.
Finally, I got to see a blue jay during my morning walk. These guys are always flitting about so to get them to stay still long enough for a photo was not easy. But here he is looking for his next stop!
Suddenly, I look and see these pretty white flowers growing in the wild. They look as though they are snow flakes and yet they are soaking in 75 degree spring Florida weather.
Walking along in Key Biscayne reveals many of these plants. This one looked particularly inviting and happy. It seemed to celebrate the bright blue sky and warm sunshine.
Here are just four pictures from the event. On March 15th and 16th, I had the privilege of participating in the local artist tent for local Key Biscayne Artists. This was shared with three other talented artists of the area.
I would like to thank all of you who had a chance to stop by. And thank you to the organizer of the event, the Rotary Club of Key Biscayne.
Flowers like this abound on Sonesta Road in Key Biscayne. This one was taken with a Leica V-Lux 4.
Here we see a frisky peacock. Clearly Spring is here. By the way, you might see this guy next weekend at the Key Biscayne Art Festival. The Key Biscayne peacocks are known to wander anywhere on the island!
Here is a peacock who is not shy around cameras. He let me take this photo after strutting around and showing off his fully opened feathers. Taken with Leica V Lux 4 camera.