A New Mexican in Florida-Part VII, Miscellany

Inevitably as I come to the end of my Florida photos I have some that did not exactly fit into previous posts. Some did not fit into a particular category, some were marginal photos, some were overlooked. Like a stew made out of leftovers scrounged from the refrigerator, here is my final Florida post.

From Daytona Beach Shores:

A US Army Bi-Plane.

A US Army Bi-Plane.

Pontoon plane.

Pontoon plane.

Sailboat

Sailboat

And a video of the gulls at Daytona Beach Shores:

From the Lowe’s parking lot in Titusville, Florida:

Sandhill Crane

Sandhill Crane

From Chain of Lakes Park in Titusville, Florida:

A Great Egret in golden afternoon light.

A Great Egret in golden afternoon light.

White Ibis feeding in shallow water.

White Ibis feeding in shallow water.

White Ibis fly at sunset.

White Ibis fly at sunset.

From Christmas, Florida: Swampy, the World’s Largest Gator.

Swampy, the World's Largest Gator.

Swampy

This claim is true, I believe.

This claim is true, I believe.

Donna in Swampy's Jaws.

Donna in Swampy's Jaws.

Now Swampy has Melanie.

Now Swampy has Melanie.

From Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge: A view of the Space Shuttle Launch Complex.

Space Shuttle launch complex at Merritt Island.

Space Shuttle Launch Complex at Merritt Island.

And finally, from a roadside in Titusville, Florida:

Armadillo

Armadillo

Which, of course, brings me to the end of my Florida adventures . . . until next time.

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