Mother Eagle Feeding Baby Eaglet – Pembroke Pines, FL

It was a bright cloudless day in Pembroke Pines. I decided to take a quick trip to see Broward’s only known eagle nest. I was hoping to see one of the eaglets in the nest. After 150 shots, I could not tell how the photos came out because of the bright light and photographing south into the sun, but when I got home and reviewed the images – I one got one photo where I could see the eaglet. (Photo by Lee Smith – cropped)

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EF 400mm F/5.6 Lens
UV Filter
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Modern Mermaids Organic Vitalizing Fruit & Veggie Wash

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Eco VeggieWash Modern Mermaids Organic Vitalizing Fruit  Veggie WashStrawberries, apples, spinach and carrots….we don’t always know where they came from but we do know how to clean them! From road grit to dangerous pesticide residue, produce can’t be rinsed with just water anymore. How does our product help? This soap based, non-acidic wash works by both attracting and repelling water simultaneously, safely removing dirt and chemical residues that plain water will not. Spray directly on produce, rinse and dry or simple spray into bowl of water, soak, rinse and dry. Stay healthy, eat your fruits veggies….and clean ‘em first!

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A Winter Visit to the Wakodahatchee Wetlands

It was a cloudless sky when I drove up to the preserve. The Wakodahatchee Wetlands are located in Delray Beach, Florida, on 50 acres of utility land. The area was transformed into a wetlands with public access over a three-quarter mile boardwalk that crosses water, marshes, shallows and small nesting islands. There are gazebos with benches and plenty of wildlife offering a great way to observe birds in their natural habitats.

The Palm Beach County Water Utilities Department’s operates a Water Reclamation Facility that pumps approximately two million gallons of highly treated water through the Wakodahatchee Wetlands.

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Concrete Countertops by EcoSimplista

EcoSimplista header Concrete Countertops by EcoSimplistaEco-Friendly Counter-tops using Concrete or ALKEMI for Kitchens, Bathrooms, Mantels, Custom Counters

The kitchen is the hub of many of today’s green homes. If you are planning a green kitchen remodel, eco-friendly countertops will be an important part of your plans. Stop wasting precious natural resources on your kitchen’s counter-tops. Several brilliant companies now offer environmentally responsible surfaces. Consider recycled tile counter-tops, bamboo counters, concrete counter-tops and the many other options highlighted here. All present attractive and viable alternatives to conventional counter-tops.

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A Trip to Flamingo Gardens

Flamingo Gardens is a beautifully landscape wildlife sanctuary with exotic plants, birds, reptiles and animals.

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The Mangroves of a Islands

Off Key Largo are pleasing still islands lonesome with mangroves. These saltwater trees emanate a large volume shade and assistance emanate an extraordinary sourroundings to explore. Below is a mangrove tree with new growth.

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The Marvin Adams Waterway, Key Largo, Florida

Visitors drive across this bridge on highway U.S. 1 – located about mile marker 103.6. The vertical walls rise about 15 feet high and the local boaters refer to it as “the Cut”. It took a year-and-a-half to complete the half-mile cut in 1961 with a temporary bridge on the bayside. Twelve years later, a four lane highway bridge was built. Interesting story – http://www.keyshistory.org/thecut.html

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