My dad introduced me to infrared photography several years ago and it has become my chosen format to capture my home - the backroads of Florida that still exist behind super highways, strip malls and amusement parks.
Fishing boats off of Heckscher Drive in Jacksonville, FL.
A pine tree hovers over the sand at the beach at Little Talbot Island in Nassau County, FL. The coastline of northeast Florida has changed drastically since 2016 with hurricanes Matthew and Irma ravaging the coastal infrastructure.
The Cummer Museum and Gardens in Jacksonville, Fl.
Fisherman shade themselves with an umbrella on Lake Lochloosa, Alachua County, FL.
Memorial Park in Jacksonville, FL.
The Orange Shop in Citra, FL, off Highway 301.
The bones of an old tree on a beach in Nassau County, FL.
Fishermen in Ocklawaha Lake on a cold but warm, foggy but sunny winter morning.
The Park Lane Condos in Jacksonville, FL.
A power plant on a coastal marsh in Jacksonville, FL.
Fort George Island
Old Florida. This dirt road on Fort George Island that leads to the Kingsley Plantation outside Jacksonville, FL.
The Orange Springs boat ramp in Citra, FL, on a still day.
A small church in Hawthorne, FL.
Sawgrass sways on the dunes at the north beach access of the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL.
A calm day on the Ocklawaha River between Citra and Palatka, FL.