Florida lifestyle at its finest! I had a lot of fun shooting this residence, nestled on nearly one acre of tropical landscape. A wide angle lens, blue sky and a ladder were all that was needed for this real estate photography image.
Le Parc beachfront condominium offers panoramic views of the Gulf of Mexico and was a pleasure to photograph.
Testing my new drone DJI Mavic 2 Pro and adding aerial photography to my company soon.
This home has the views… Waterfront Park Shore condominium in Naples with gorgeous Bay and Beach views.
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Buttonwood, Conocarpus erectus, is found often in association with mangroves that many consider it a mangrove itself. There is some merit to the argument. The United States Department of Agriculture calls it buttonwood mangrove. Others say there are only three mangroves that grow in Florida, and buttonwood isn’t one of them. Buttonwood produces seeds rather than propagules. Buttonwood live farther from water than red, black, and white mangrove. They are usually found above the high tide line. The flowers and fruits do […]
Mangroves Facts Red Mangrove (Rhizophora mangle) The Red Mangrove is the most salt tolerant of the Mangroves. The Red Mangrove has very shiny, glossy and pointy green leaves which are green on both sides of the leaf. The Red Mangrove is easily recognized by numerous reddish, arching aerial roots called prop (or stilt) roots, which provide an important protective nursery habitat for many marine species. Red Mangroves have small yellowish flowers with four petals and are pollinated by wind. The […]
Mangroves are tropical plants, killed by freezing temperatures. The Florida mangroves ecoregion includes three mangrove species: Red Mangrove (Rhizophora mangle), as shown in the picture, Black Mangrove (Avicennia germinans), White Mangrove (Laguncularia racemosa) All three mangrove species flower in the spring and early summer. Propagules fall from late summer through early autumn. These plants have differing adaptions to conditions along coasts, and are generally found in partially overlapping bands or zones, roughly parallel to the shoreline. The red mangrove grows closest to open water. […]