We started out on a running cruise that departed from Puerto Rico and I’ve attached a few pictures from Old San Juan, a place full of history and never ending photo ops! There is an image of a stallion statue in a fountain. I tried to capture its power and grace, as well as the despair of a mournful statue from a cemetery. There are two views of a street that was lush from the shade of tall trees. Balconies are typical of Old San Juan streets; however the trees were rather unique from what we saw. This street was very close to the fortress “El Morro” so was probably in the oldest part of the city.
We’re now in Florida and we go to Fort De Soto State Park everyday where the wildlife is abundant! Examples are the Tricoloured Heron doing his entertaining fishing dance, the Great Egret touching down, the male Brown Anole lizard showing off his dewlap (throat flap) and the odd looking Wood Stork at rest, but looking like it’s about to type out a letter! I hope you find these interesting as well.