Beaches and Coasts
Lakes and Rivers
Black and White
Sulphurs and Whites
Birds of Prey
Rabbits and Hares
We mammals have come a long way since the time of the dinosaurs. Since those times, we’ve conquered the land, sea and air. Florida has at least 99 species of mammals living, breeding and thriving today.
Wildflowers by Color
Wildflowers by Family
by Rich Leighton | Dec 9, 2014 | Birds, Florida Nature Photography, Nature & Wildlife, Nature Photography, Photography, ReptilesToday’s post is just a set of wildlife portraits taken in the Florida wilderness. Click on any image to find out more information or to enlarge. Fakahatchee Barred Owl An adult barred owl watches from the hardwoods at the northern end of the Fakahatchee Strand...
by Rich Leighton | Jan 4, 2010 | Florida, Florida Nature Photography, Natural History, Nature & Wildlife, Nature Photography, PhotographyFor much of the past week, I’ve been making my way around and throughout a part of the Florida Panhandle that is mostly unfamiliar territory for me and definitely “off the beaten path”. Completely rural, shockingly beautiful, loaded with wildlife...
by Rich Leighton | Sep 22, 2009 | Florida, Florida Nature Photography, Landscape, Natural History, Nature & Wildlife, Nature Photography, Photography, TravelOnce again we find ourselves in hurricane season on the Gulf Coast – and luckily its been quiet – so far. One thing I’ve always been fond of during this time of year is the fantastic cloudscapes at the beach in the evenings. Generally we will have clear skies during...