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  • Keep the camera nearby for that rare photo

    Keep the camera nearby for that rare photo
    I love wildlife photography. When I’m not chasing breaking news or covering courtroom cases and daily assignments I’m always drawn to taking pictures of all sorts of wildlife. I feel that capturing images of our environment and sharing them is...
  • Cloudy skies

    Cloudy skies
    Early every morning, I check on any breaking news that happened overnight. This week weather was the story and I thought it would be good idea to document the cloudy skies. Driving near Lake Ivanhoe I saw water lilies in full bloom. As a photographer,...
  • Lightning photos: There's an App for that too

    Lightning photos: There's an App for that too
    Florida is the lightning capital of the United States, and Central Florida -- from Tampa to Titusville -- has the added distinction of being called "Lightning Alley." Whenever you see a bolt flash across the sky it’s scary but so dramatic, especially...
  • Audubon releases young bald eagle back to the wild

    Audubon releases young bald eagle back to the wild
    As her final act, Audubon Center for Birds of Prey Eaglewatch Coordinator Lynda White released the 450th rehabilitated Bald Eagle back into the Florida skies at Lakeland. White retired Thursday after dedicating her 14 years to educate, protect and care...
  • Parkour defies gravity and sometimes, common sense

    Parkour defies gravity and sometimes, common sense
    Parkour is, at its essence, getting from point A to point B. And from one group of central Florida traceurs (those who practice parkour or free running,) you won’t get much more of an explanation. It’s something you have to see and do...
  • Battle of the beards

    Battle of the beards
    It all comes down to genetics. Or, to paraphrase the Maybelline commercials, some people are born with it. And although most of the people at the Battle of the Beards probably don’t use Maybelline products -- myself included -- I couldn't help but feel...
  • A different angle can make all the difference

    A different angle can make all the difference
    Sunlight has a temperature. By that I mean that through the course of a day, the wavelengths of sunlight change and the color also changes. This change is measured scientifically in Kelvin, thus the idea of “temperature.” The perceived...
  • Video: The Devil's Den

    Video: The Devil's Den
    According to folklore, an ancient sink hole formation in Williston, Fla. was given the name “Devil’s Den” when locals witnessed steam rising up from beneath the ground billowing overhead with the mysticism of a presence from another...
  • Video: Orlando Magic help beautify complex

    Video: Orlando Magic help beautify complex
    Grabbing their rakes, shovels and work gloves, Orlando Magic’s President Alex Martins, General Manager Otis Smith and head coach Stan Van Gundy lead the rest of their 180 member staff in stripping decades of old park benches, decaying foliage and...
  • Video: Weeki Wachee Springs

    Video: Weeki Wachee Springs
    Weeki Wachee Springs State Park is the only place in the world where live mermaids can be seen. One of Florida’s original “roadside” attractions Weeki Wachee will be celebrating their 65th anniversary next summer. The mermaids follow...
  • Video: Black-bellied Whistling Ducks of Deer Island

    Video: Black-bellied Whistling Ducks of Deer Island
    By Martin E. Comas Orlando Sentinel For the past month or so, residents at Lake County’s Deer Island have enjoyed watching some new visitors swimming in their neighborhood’s lake: A paddling of black-bellied whistling ducks. “It&...
  • Pickin' n Jammin' - Music in Cassia

    Pickin' n Jammin' - Music in Cassia
    With the late summer sun filtering through the Spanish moss hanging from decades-old oak trees surrounding a historic one-room schoolhouse, now the Cassia Community Club, the sounds of Bill Monroe's Lonesome Road Blues floated through the air from the...