Moon Light Through Water Oaks And Mist


Moon Light through Water Oaks and Mist, North East Florida


Moon Light ⓒBearspawprint2015  03.02.2015

Moon Light ⓒBearspawprint2015 03.02.2015




Night Rain Soft Morning Mist

Late November in North Florida

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Night rain  ⓒBearspawprint2014

Night rain ⓒBearspawprint2014


NIight rain  ⓒBearspawprint2014

Night rain ⓒBearspawprint2014


Morning mist  ⓒBearspawprint2014

Morning mist ⓒBearspawprint2014


Morning Mist  and East Gate ⓒBearspawprint2014

Morning Mist and East Gate ⓒBearspawprint2014


Morning Mist and Section of Barn Roof  ⓒBearspawprint2014

Morning Mist and Section of Barn Roof ⓒBearspawprint2014


April Morning

Every Day Is Earth Day

Dark October Night

Last Night the temperature dropped quickly and a light mist fell.  All the woods where shrouded

in mystery.  Yet, here and there, tiny, tiny  Faerie lights sparked, red, blue, green, white, yellow.

I wasn’t sure the camera would catch them, but I was pleased to see that a few are visible.  I think

the floating bubbles, (more in images I didn’t post) are merely condensation instead of orbs.  However

there were some actual glowing things sort of floating, of which one yellow is caught in an image, that

I could not see clearly with the mist and dark.  I used the flash for all of these pictures.  The night was

quite dark so that I wasn’t sure that the bits of color and sparks were not my own visual anomalies.







October Morning Light

October Morning Light Seen Through The Trees

These photos were made facing  North.

Finally the air is cool enough to breathe.    Nights are 65-75 F.  The morning light changes from September blue-ish to October yellow white as  sunrise shifts to the south.  Depending on cloud cover the afternoons can be glaring.  Every year is different temperature wise, some years we have had hard freezes and some years we swelter, and the foliage colors vary, dependent on rainfall, year to year.   However the light changes seem follow a predictable progression regardless of weather.


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The humidity was causing bits of condensation on the lens that caught the flash. “Lens flares”, Roy tells me they are called. Not orbs. Sigh. Huck, Dear Son II, has seen orbs and other phenomena, in these woods, and elsewhere. I’ve seen some interesting things also. Do hope these Lens Flares don’t mind being called Lens Flares. In another image, Roy thought it was the moon. Nope. Not the moon. On the wrong side of the foliage on an overcast night. I meant to place that image where I could easily find it, so it is therefore in an unknown file. Dunno where it is. I’m too tired to hunt anymore now. Later. It is time for Night Creatures, like me, to rest for a little while. Good Morning.