From the Archives of 2006—1
November 29, 2020
The images I gathered this week—of more Guardians—will have to wait for their appearance on the blog until I process them, which will take some time. Meanwhile here are a few photographs I took at the beginning of 2006 in Sarasota, Florida.
1 The alleys in downtown Sarasota are so much fun.
2 So are the gates in front of many downtown businesses, restaurants, and residences.
3 Remnants of vines also make a grid.
4 These trees in the Myakka River State Park form a three-dimensional grid.
5 It might be stretching it to call these palm-frond pieces a grid. If you’ve followed this blog for very long, you will know that they are accompanied here by a film of Leptothrix discophora.
6 Historic Spanish Point is where I found these L. discophora films.
7 This may be my favorite Sarasota alley.
11 I’d rather photograph my laundry than iron it.