Cape San Blas, Florida, is a unique section of Florida's Forgotten Coast. Bounded by the Gulf of Mexico on the west side and St. Joseph Bay on the east, this strip of sugar-white sand dunes is a natural habitat for animals, birds, and sea life of all kinds. The Cape is a source of endless inspiration of light, shadow, movement and color.
The Cape is one of only a few places I can think of where I can spend the entire day immersed in, and inspired by, nature. The light, clouds, surf, and dunes all provide me endless fascination. I love how the Cape makes me feel small and infinitely grateful to the Creator of all of this beauty. The photos only testify to the fact that I was at a certain place, at a specific time, waiting and watching.
Since dogs can enjoy the Cape too makes it even better.
Views of the Cape would not be complete without a few dogs having fun!
Cape Observer, Graphic Designer/Photographer
Hope and Chester
2013 Calendar Photo Notes
December 2012 – St. Joseph Peninsula State Park
January – Glory!
February – Cooper Coldiron
March – Rush Hour
April – Redgie Hansen
May – Washed Up
June – Cash Andrews
July – Salinas Park
August – Hammock Trail
September – Chester
October – CSB Lighthouse
November – Hope and Titan Trubee
December – St. Joseph Peninsula State Park