Kingsley's were a very large land holder in North Fla. Some 32,000 plus acres. One thing that stands out to me is Mrs. Kingsley was at one time a slave herself and when the Civil War broke out she went to Jamaica so she would not be captured.
The road to get to the plantation is long and well full of potholes. Once we got there we searched for birds and well birds were few and far inbetween but butterflys were plentiful.
These were three of the better ones that I got on this day. I think if I had a longer lens I would have gotten a few more that were good but I left it at the house because I knew I would be traveling to New Mexico and I did not want to drag the extra weight through the airports.
The textures and lines in this piece of driftwood caught my eye. I love the bleached look of it too.
As you can see from the water it was rather breezy while I was there. The next shot is a pano that was taken on the leeward side of the area.
This was more or less a test shot and honestly I think this location would work quite well for a sunset or maybe just into the blue hour .So call this a test shot for the future trip back to this location.