Intercostal Landscapes – Part 2

It turns out that Ding Darling is not an intercostal waterway. Its the Gulf of Mexico but close enough.

Please enjoy the rest of the series.

Intercostal Landscapes

Intercostal Landscapes

Intercostal Landscapes

Intercostal Landscapes

Intercostal Landscapes

10 thoughts on “Intercostal Landscapes – Part 2”

        1. Hope all goes well with the recovery. No idea when I’ll get to the bird images. I am sitting on a backlog from when I was down there. I shot close to 3000 images. Most will be used to composite but I’m still looking at like 700 or so unique images to wade through. I’m a lazy editor unless I’m getting paid then I’m a highly motivated editor. 😀

            1. I have like 4 years of travel photos that have never been touched. I promise myself one of these day. It hasn’t happened yet.

              I appreciate the offer. I’ll post them and you can identify them. I stick to what I know; white bird, blue bird, pink bird, brown bird. It’s kinda like how I know flowers; weeds. It allows me to focus on more important things like looking at new lenses that will require a human organ sale to buy them.

                1. I rarely use my Flickr and I’m one of the lucky ones that has the lifetime unlimited because I had it for so long. I use Lightroom to catalog everything and tags and flags. I can usually find what I want quickly.

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