Tag Archives: St James City


Today’s Photo – An Early Sunset Treat

Out for a late afternoon boat ride on recent breezy, even blustery, day. A few large clouds were skittering by so low it would seem you could almost touch them. This quick shot was taken with […]

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Reworking The Phoenix at Sunrise

 In an earlier post I wrote about the Phoenix: “Come sail away with me. I have watched this ketch, the Phoenix, tug restlessly at her anchor for years. Though her sails are long gone and she is […]

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Saint James City Sunrise

I am normally not much of a morning person. But recently, peering out the bedroom a few minutes before sunrise, I notice a few clouds hanging out on the eastern horizon. “This may be something special.” […]

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Tropical Garden ~ Update 2

Six more images have been added to my Tropical Garden Prints Project. As you recall, this is a gallery of black and white botanical images, most of which will be from the tiny garden around […]

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The Red Shack

Uniquely Pine Island, the Fish Shacks of Pine Island Soundare relics of bygone days when commercial fishing was a way of life. These stilt houses located between Pineland and Captiva Pass were home to fishermen […]

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POD ~ Saint James City Sunrise

“A quaint little drinking village with a fishing problem” often describes Saint James City, Florida, and probably is not too far from the truth. It is a place where the “Local Riff Raff” take themselves […]

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