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Sunflowers on a sunny afternoon

Sunflower field along SR20 in Freeport July 7, 2012. Lori Ceier/Walton Outdoors

Ah Sunflower, weary of time,
Who countest the steps of the sun;
Seeking after that sweet golden clime
Where the traveller’s journey is done.
– William Blake


Full moon in the sky over the Gulf. Lori Ceier/Walton Outdoors


12-year-old Harrison Neville caught a whiting. Lori Ceier/Walton Outdoors



A YOLO board first for Chain of Lakes. Lori Ceier/Walton Outdoors

Six chickadee eggs. Lori Ceier/Walton Outdoors



Algae creates glowing phenomena Local resident and photographer August Bach captured this incredible photo of bioluminescent algae “glowing” along the wave crests recently at Grayton Beach. Bioluminescence an amazing natural phenomena that occurs when a type of planktonic algae (microscopic free-floating algae) has high densities of excess nutrients. The glow appears when the algae is disturbed by motion. To learn more about August Bach go to his website at


Black titi (Cliftonia monophylla) is also known as the buckwheat tree.



Soft snowflakes near Paxton. Photo courtesy Kerry Trossbach

Grady Luke Gomillion makes his first snow ball ever on Feb. 12. Photo courtesy Jenny Gomillion







5 Responses to Videos

  1. Laurel Abbe says:

    Very cool site. So glad you include the whole county and then some. I’ll be adding your link to my blog and to my partners real estate e-letter as a great new information resource.
    Best of luck to you,
    Laurel Abbe

  2. Ellara Denny says:

    Your web site is so wonderful, well rounded with interest for everyone. I am an advid photographer of nature myself so I love all your photos. I will be visiting your web site daily…thank you so much.

    Ellara Denny

  3. Lovie Hall says:

    Thank you so much for sharing the beautiful pics of my home county. I’ve lived abroad for nearly 20 years and it’s so nice to see such beautiful reminders of where I grew up and where I return to each year!

  4. D W Borland says:

    The image above & labeled Sarracenia rubra Subsp. gulfensis appears as a Hybrid of Sarracenia leucophylla (possibly) x rubra

  5. Pat Baker says:

    Thanks Lori for the wonderful pictures. It reminds you of what a wonderful area we live in.
    I forward them to my sons who grew up in Okaloosa Co. It will make them homesick! lol.