Just back from a trip to Florida and a few days in Puerto Rico.  The tropical warmth and sunny weather were fantastic.  While in southern Florida for six days, I was amazed at the ease of photographing wildlife.  Before I reached the highway when leaving the airport in Fort Myers, I had already seen turkey vultures and two deer.  And it just got better.  From the man-made pond in our friends’ back yard, to the Venice waterfront, Ding Darling wildlife refuge and the beach at Sanibel, and a couple of state parks, the images of birds, reptiles, insects and dolphins just kept coming.  It makes working on wildlife photography here on Cape Cod feel very frustrating!An adult brown pelican works to swallow a fish.


To see the rest of my Florida wildlife photos, click here-  http://preuphoto.photoshelter.com/gallery/Florida-Wildlife/G0000HTTvDZNG4jk

Published by preuphoto

I am a fine art landscape and nature photographer living and working on Cape Cod. The area, and my familiarity with it, leads to compositions of light, weather, and frequently water in its many forms. I share my gallery with my wife Diane Heart, whose porcelain and raku pottery blends beautifully with my work

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