Stripped Dreams Posted in Photo Blog, on December 15, 2010 It is way to cold here after spending last winter in Florida.  I was looking through my archives and found this photo from my visit to a small private airplane graveyard near St. Augustine, FL.  I didn’t exactly have permission to take photographs here but it was to crazy looking to pass it up.  The planes were stripped for their useful pa ... 8 A Fort and Palm Trees Posted in HDR, Photo Blog, on May 1, 2009 The Spanish Fort Castillo de San Marcos’ built in the 16th century in St. Augustine Florida. It was such a beautiful warm day unlike it has been in Illinois the past few days. 0 Pay to Park Posted in Photo Blog, on April 13, 2009 Someone left a neck tie on a sign in the middle of St. Augustine, FL. If you did not know St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied European and African-established city, and the oldest port, in the continental United States. 0 Reaching to the sky Posted in Photo Blog, on April 8, 2009 A very old tree reaching to the sky in St. Augustine. It was a very beautiful city to visit during my vacation and some very interesting history to go along with it. 1