Sunday, July 24, 2016

Eileen's Random Travels

..A Photoblog post of my random travels.


I am sharing some of my random travel photos, this is not only for my followers but more of a reminder for me and my hubby of where we have been and what we have seen over the years. All good memories for us, I hope you enjoy too.


"When in doubt travel." unknown



A gator on the trail in the Everglades National Park.


The Everglades overlook, rookery and some Roseate Spoonbills.


Key Deer seen in the Florida Keys.


Fishing Pier somewhere in Florida.


Sanibel Lighthouse, Sanibel Island Florida



I hope you enjoyed! Thanks for stopping by, enjoy your day!

" We take photos as a return ticket to a moment otherwise gone." unknown

29 comments:

  1. How did deer ever wind up in the Key's . . .
    Learning something new every day!
    I wonder if they eat everything in sight too??

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    1. Hello Lynne, they were cute tiny deer. They are only seen in the Key's. Thanks for visiting and for the comment. Have a happy day!

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  2. love the deer and the fishing pier and do not love the gator in the path. wow that would be scary.. you were brave...

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    1. Hi Sandra, a park ranger came along and spooked the gator away by banging a stick on the ground. She was the brave one. Thanks, enjoy your day!

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  3. Hello Eileen,
    Nice pictures.
    That fishing Pier is very wonderful. Great view over the sea.

    Kind regards,
    Marco

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    1. Hi Marco, thanks for visiting and commenting. Enjoy your day and the week ahead!

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  4. Glad I'm nowhere near that pathway with the gator.

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  5. Beautiful blues and wonderful wildlife!

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  6. Thanks Eileen for your photos. I do enjoy seeing the places you have travelled as I don't think we will be able to get to see these for ourselves although you never know what the future holds. We have travelled to the UK and Canada so maybe we will get to the USA one day. I have several blogs which I post on from time to time and would love you to visit to see my part of the world. www.arelbeehome.blogspot.com and www.ronandrosie2.blogspot.com

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  7. Hmmm, a crocodile crosses my path. I don't know about that.

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  8. belas fotografias minha amiga, gostei de ver.
    Um abraço e boa semana.
    Andarilhar

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  9. Beautiful memories from Florida, Eileen.

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  10. Hi Eileen, you have captured beautiful traveling shots. The deer are beautiful and I love the pier shot. Have a great day and stay cool!! Hugs

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  11. Oh Dear! So we have to be careful while visiting the everglades as gators can be in our walkways. Beautiful pictures. I hope everglades is slowly coming back to life and regaining its original glory. It was almost on the verge of extinction because of all the developments that took place in 50's, 60's in Florida and Miami.

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    1. Hello, I believe the Everglades may be doing better now. Thank you for the nice comment. Enjoy your day and the week ahead!

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  12. Beautiful shots of fishing pier and lighthouse. Love the deer too but I'll be scared of the gator. Have a wonderful week!

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  13. Well, I certainly wouldn't like to come face to face with that gator on the trail!
    However, I really like the look of the fishing pier ...

    All the best Jan

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  14. Whoa an alligator on the trail!

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    1. Hello, Diane! Luckily the park ranger spooked it off the trail. Thanks for the comment and visit. Enjoy your weekend!

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  15. Conheci hoje este blog. Adorei. Gosto de viajar.
    Você não teve medo do jacaré? Que surpresa!

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