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 ... A Fort and Palm Trees Posted in HDR, Photo Blog, on May 1, 2009 The Spanish Fort Castillo de San Marcosâ€™ 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. 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. 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.