Author Archives: Judy Schettino

23. IF FLOWERS COULD TALK

I think this beauty would be saying: “Look at me I am beautiful!”. Advertisements

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24. I FOUND THIS

While strolling down this quiet downtown in Sebastian Florida, I came upon a charming restaurant. It was patiently waiting for dinner time and a bit of shade so that it could provide a delightful spot for its patrons to share … Continue reading

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3. ABANDONED

It was the reason we moved to Sarasota 27 years ago. After spending a week’s vacation at the Colony Beach and Tennis Club on Long Boat Key, we thought, YES, we could live like this. And the rest, as they … Continue reading

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29. ON THE EDGE

These spoonbills were busy searching for snacks on the edge of the bay at dusk.

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A3 PEACEFUL

There is a peacefulness when one walks along the river waterfront in Palmetto. The lovely and gracious Victorian homes that line the shore create a yearning for a return to times gone by.

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38. SERENITY IN NATURE

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41 THE NIGHT SKY

This is my last post for the 2016-2017 52 Week Photo Challenge. The Ringling Bridge at early evening was a fitting way to set the sun on this year’s challenges. It has been a busy year and I learned a … Continue reading

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26 PROHIBITED

This was a tough theme…I struggled to find something all year that would make a good quality photograph. Finally, as our year for the 52 Week Challenge draws to a close, I have to go with IGGY!..whose story is more … Continue reading

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A3 OLD PHOTOGRAPHIC EFFECT

Children playing at St Augustine Beach, with a vintage look.

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25 PLACES OF WORSHIP

An abstract touch: Heritage Chapel at the Palmetto Historical Park.

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