Florida Trees

My son and I love to go for walks. The other day we explored Dickson Azalea Park, located in Orlando, FL. Even though it was super hot it was such a beautiful view to explore. If you’re in the Orlando area you should pack a picnic and take an adventure in this area. Oh yeah...don’t forget to capture those pictures!

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The above picture is a neat boardwalk. I was not able to explore it this time because my son Johnny decided it was time to head home! If you’re a parent, you know exactly what I mean!

He’s got them baby blues that will steal you away! 

This is a perfect park to have any type of portrait taken! The beauty of the tress and surrounding nature enhance all features in the pictures. The next time I venture over here I would like to go during the “golden hour” of photography. There were a few shadows on my sons face because of too much sun exposure. It’s all about the timing when taking pictures.  Although with these pictures there was very little editing and enhancements done! Natural Beauty is what I like to say…

Do you ever wonder about everything a tree has been through and seen? There is so much history trees hold onto. Let’s just imagine for a moment what it would be like to look through the lens of the tree.

Since moving from Wisconsin to Florida I have always noticed this “moss” like plant hanging from the trees in Florida. A while back I went on a boat tour in Winter Park, Florida and they said it is actually not really moss, but a flowering plant that grows among larger trees. The real name is Spanish Moss. I had to research more to find out exactly how it grows. Here is the link that shares information about Spanish Moss if you want to read more.

Can you just see yourself sitting here reading a book, people watching, or drinking your favorite beverage! This tree is amazing!


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