Paddling in the Florida Dusk

By Vladimir Brezina

People often ask us why we go. Well, this is one of the reasons…

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Florida Bay, December 2013, on Day 6 of our Everglades Shakedown paddle.

45 responses to “Paddling in the Florida Dusk

  1. AH! The beauty, peace and calm of this scene, if I could do this I would as well. Excellent shot.

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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    • Peaceful also because we were within a couple of miles of the end of the entire trip—we could afford to relax. (Of course, we didn’t know that the search for our actual campground for that night was still ahead of us…)

      Thanks, Francine!

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  2. That is simply beautiful.

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  3. The light on the water is magical. Great shot!

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  4. Get that paddling in before the next polar vortex reaches into the ‘glades!

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  5. Wow, beautiful capture of the cloud colors and muted reflected light on the water. This reminded me I want to go back and reread Johna’s latest post and comment.

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  6. Peaceful shot after an amazing adventure. I really enjoyed following the trip.

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  7. Beautiful photograph and stunning scenery. Love it! :)

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  8. lifelifedeathdeath

    nice color in the sky!

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  9. The art of appreciating a beautiful sky. Thanks for sharing that!

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  10. Beautiful colors and nicely framed. Makes me want a kayak!

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  11. That seems like a good enough reason to me. Beautiful!

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  12. that’s a good reason….
    and next maybe you can show us the arm and back muscles that also come from all that rowing!!!

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  13. Sweet… Feels so peaceful…

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  14. That was a great sunset to see, espeically THIS winter, I bet!

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  15. Girl Gone Expat

    What a nice shot, must have been a great afternoon/evening kayak trip:)

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