Throughout 2011, we looked for ways to head south to the Coast. During each visit, we drove by our salty piece of land.
|Deer moss, Cladina evansii, a slow growing lichen, tends to be soft after a rain and brittle when dry.|
|Wild rosemary (Conradina canescens) is native to Coastal scrub habitats.|
I love the flora and fauna growing on our parcel of property close to the Coast.
|Live Oaks, Quercus virginiana, are common on the Coast. Many years ago, their strong, tough wood was used for ship building. I think they are beautiful!|
On our way home, we drove through Port St. Joe towards the town of Wewahitchka. I have always felt connected to Wewa since my daddy and his family fished there when he was a little boy. My college friend and sorority sister Miranda has family from Wewa. Her grandfather built the Honeyville Methodist Church just on the outskirts of Wewa. I wanted to photograph and frame it for her.
|Honeyville Methodist Church, Gulf County, Florida|