Folks, here's a view of one of the top ten beaches in the U.S.A., Cape Florida State Park. I took this image back in 1999. Looks sweet doesn't it. It still looks pretty good 11 years later. But if that swill that has been spewing into the Gulf of Mexico makes its way into the Gulf Stream and ergo onto the east coast of the US, this beach may end up covered in sludge. What a pity. This is the beach I grew up on. This is the beach of my youth. Of the 1970's. Rediscovered post Andrew in the 1990's.
I pray to God that it stays pristine. Enough talk folks. Fix it and clean it up. 58 days is much too long and it's clear that no one has a clue as to how to fix this. Pathetic!
Michael Pancier Photography
By day I am a civil rights and Florida Bar Board Certified Labor & Employment Lawyer in South Florida.
The rest of the day, I am an artist/photographer.
I photograph nature in my home state of Florida, primarily avian subjects and landscapes. And when outside of Florida, I photograph the landscapes of the American Southwest and the National Parks of the United States.
I also enjoy photographing people and I supplement my nature photography with portraiture and commercial photography as well.