Posts Tagged ‘florida’

Sea Oats

The coastal dune systems are incredibly harsh areas for plants. The combination of salt spray, shifting sand and the lack of water retention by the sand defeats most plants that attempt to grow there. Sea oats, Uniola paniculata, is a colonizing species of the dunes. The root system of the sea oats help stabilize the […]

Red Umbrella

The boardwalk over the dunes leads to Grayton Beach, which is one of the beautiful white sand beaches in the panhandle of Florida. I snapped this photo on a whim as a friend and I were about to go for a walk on the beach. The image seems to catch all the pleasant anticipation of […]

Orlando LDS Temple Stained Glass Window

One of the most beautiful facets of the Orlando LDS Temple are the stained windows. The design is a peaceful elegance. The colors echo the colors of the land and water in Florida. TrudieBell Website http://www.belloftheborders.photoshelter.com License this image http://www.belloftheborders.photoshelter.com/gallery-image/Orlando-LDS-Temple/G0000PKUc6A7Znh4/I0000qubiMk.NH3s Contact tdbell9520@comcast.net


Bell of the Borders Productions

From Truth to Beauty and Drama Photography started as a way to document what I saw on a site. In attempting to document a natural area or a construction site, the photo has to include as much truth about the site as possible. In searching for the images that would convey the truth about a […]

Zienna Lost and Forgotten

The sand on the beaches of the Florida Panhandle is known as sugar sand, because it is so fine and white. When land is cleared near the coast for development, an expanse of blazing white is created that reminds me of a fresh snowfall, except that usually it is blazing hot as well as blinding […]

Orlando LDS Temple

The temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Orlando is a truly beautiful. It is one of the most peaceful places that i have ever been. TrudieBell http://www.belloftheborders.photoshelter.com/ License this image http://www.belloftheborders.photoshelter.com/gallery-image/Orlando-LDS-Temple/G0000PKUc6A7Znh4/I0000W3907HzynVY Contact tdbell9520@comcast.net


Snake Bird in the Sun

Anhingas or Snake birds are a primitive bird species that does not have any oil on their feathers. When they dive after a fish, they get soaked to the skin. Once they are wet, they swim around fishing with just their head showing out of the water, so they do look like a snake. When […]

Building Thunderheads over a Marsh

Thunderstorms are the normal fare on a summer afternoon along the panhandle of Florida. Watching them build, particularly over the mirror of an open pond in a marsh, is a delight. TrudieBell http://www.belloftheborders.photoshelter.com/ Link to the image http://www.belloftheborders.photoshelter.com/gallery-image/southeastern-landscapes/G0000xUthPqgQcGA/I0000VMVMYY8wJRc Contact tdbell9520@comcast.net