A new report from STR, a hotel industry research firm, looks at Airbnb-supplied data in 13 global markets from Dec. 1, 2013 to July 31, 2016, to examine the performance of both hotels and Airbnb. STR’s report seems to suggest that Airbnb isn’t quite the threat to traditional hotels that other reports, most notably Morgan […]
Lake Louisa is part of the Chain of Lakes near Orlando, FL. It’s a beautiful spot for some Florida-centric scenery, fishing, canoeing & kayaking. It’s also a great place to do some wildlife watching, have a picnic or simply take a stroll. But like many Florida water areas, always watch for Gators 🙂 More info at FloridaStateParks.org
My photo gallery of this location is included after the break…
Random photos I took while either walking around Florida cities or cruising through the back roads.
A small photo gallery of the many, many types of plant life I photographed while living in Central Florida in 2003. If you would like to learn more about the plants of this region, be sure to visit wildflorida.com .
One of the most beautiful things you will encounter in Central Florida is the sunsets, sunrises and storm clouds of the skies. Below are a few of the photos I took when we lived there in 2003 that celebrate the skies of Central Florida.
Really excited for this one. I’m a bit of a documentary nerd anyway, so naturally Ken Burns is one of my loves. But to have a Ken Burns documentary dealing with the primary issue this Nation faced during my childhood, the Vietnam War, paired with the music of the era soundtrack created by Trent Reznor, is going to be nothing short of amazing.
The article states that this will be a 10-part series and is scheduled for this fall. I’ll post more when I learn the actual schedule. Can’t wait.
Central Florida is home to abundant assortment of wildlife. Everything from Alligators to Black Bear. Here is a small gallery of photos I took of the wildlife we came across in 2003 when we lived near Orlando.
Learn more about Central Florida’s wildlife at wildflorida.com