The Space Coast Birding Festival in Titusville, FL (home of Cape Canaveral) is this coming weekend.
We will be exhibiting there for the first time. Sounds like a lot of fun.
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Juvenile Ruby-throated Hummingbird, sporting two elegant blue study stripes
We arrived in Florida yesterday. The trip was a bit surreal. We left our dark, cold apartment in New York after an unwelcome visit from hurricane #Sandy with a pile of dirty dishes that we could not wash, got on a waiting limo who’s driver had thankfully saved his last bit of gas for us, and drove, in the early morning, through half lit streets, skirting the still closed Holland Tunnel, to Newark Airport. The airport was a true oasis. Well lit, on time planes (which had had to refuel elsewhere). A bit cold, but otherwise fine. Our flight took off on time, service was great, we arrived in sunny Florida to a beautiful apartment where all works well.
I’m still enjoying being able to take a hot shower and flush the toilet…
We’ve just heard from our excellent building manager in NY that they have been able to secure a generator and are now working on hooking it up. The building’s 4 transformers were swamped by the salt water and will have to be replaced.
This weekend. Oct 26, 27, 28. Lots of field trips, lectures, vendors. Sounds like fun.
Please come to the reception for our solo show on the #Hummingbirds of Costa Rica, Friday November 9th from 5 to 7 pm. These little flying jewels will be humming all over the Cape Coral Arts Studio.
Cape Coral Arts Studio
4533 Coronado Pkwy.,
Cape Coral, FL 33904
The exhibit will be up Nov. 2nd to 29th. The gallery is open:
Mon-Thur 9:00 am - 9:00 pmFri & Sat 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Take Rt. 41 to College Pkway.
Turn left on College, go over the bridge (toll) approximately 4 1/2 miles.
Turn right on Coronado Parkway. The Gallery will be in your right about .4 mile.
Hummingbirds of Costa Rica. These iridescent little jewels are a pleasure to watch. Hi speed photos taken as still images, with enhanced backgrounds.
Finally published our book! Hummingbirds of Costa Rica. Using high speed photography to produce images of birds in flight in ways that the naked eye cannot see. 36 pages, mostly in full color. Soft cover, perfect bound. 8 1/2 x11. $9.95
It’s at: http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/396343
The many way of seeing that our technology can capture, but the human eye unaided cannot. Really interesting PBS video
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