When I booked our campsite at Florida Caverns State Park months in advance, I had no idea that something called a “polar vortex” might actually be afflicting the sunshine state. When I checked the weather a week before our trip, I got excited about the ultra cool forecast. As the week continued on into the cold, the warm-blooded southerner inside of me became a bit apprehensive about the impending “primitive” camping situation. It turns out that a little cold weather is no match for four fiendish friends and three dastardly doggies!
Frieda with her dog, Junior
Despite the sub-zero temperatures (on the celsius scale, because as Porkchop would say, “what does zero on a Fahrenheit scale mean? NOTHING!”), we not only survived, but we had a great time doing it. FYI, zero on the fahrenheit scale is actually based on the temperature at which brine (salt water) freezes. NOW YOU KNOW.
Brian makes fire
I say “sub-zero” and “polar vortex” like it’s a big deal, when anyone from Minnesota or Michigan would laugh at my survivalist mentality despite it being just a couple nights of barely below freezing weather.
I hope that sharing these photos inspires some adventure seeking in you. Enjoy.
I went fishing in St Pete and was hoping to get some good sunset photos but I got something far more interesting. There was an abundance of lightning, and I was able to get a few good shots; this one is my favorite!If you are interested in booking photography or videography services anywhere in Tampa, St. Pete, or Clearwater, give us a call, we would love to come and shoot any event! Call 813.433.0999and ask for Jessica.
These ground wasps are pretty huge and also pretty awesome! Despite looking quite menacing, they are actually very docile and NEVER bother me or my pets. If my dogs get too close they just buzz away. This one was making his (or her) home in an agave plant on my back porch. I got some great video of it too, and you can view some of it on a demo I put together of recent shoots: YouTube-Demo2013
I had a great time shooting Katie and Tom’s wedding at the Postcard Inn on St Pete Beach. The celebration was beautiful, the band was great, and good times were had by many that day. Congratulations to Katie and Tom! If you have an upcoming wedding and would like to discuss wedding photography or videography needs, please give me a call at (813) 433-0999
Having some fun at Sunken Gardens! We have a membership there so if you would like to get some awesome photos taken, just let us know! You get free entry (up to $32 value) and a sweet package deal (see the Specials! page for more info and details). We love doing unique and fun photos, so if you want something out-of-the-box, call us (813) 433-0999
Kids- one of our favorite subjects! For a limited time you can schedule photographs of your family and/or children at Sunken Gardens and pay no admission fees! (Up to $32 value)
Included with Sunken Gardens admission you will also receive
(1) 8×10, (4) 4×6 and (8) Wallet sized prints of your choice as well as the option to purchase additional prints or the whole set of photos on CD.
1 hour is $60
2 hours is $90 and includes double the prints!