At the Nature Coast Botanical Gardens that is. I may never have gone there on a Saturday before. I say this because it just seemed to be bustling with activity, which isn’t usually the case. They were getting ready for a wedding, decorating the gazebo, and chairs were set up ready for guests. It looked to be my kind of affair, small and simple. I’ll bet it was nice.
It was early and the sun was strong and made for deep shadows. The butterflies in the butterfly garden were scarce, and too busy to sit for photographs. But the female cardinal was too busy eating berries to worry about me and my camera.
But what tickled me most was that the train was zooming around the track. That was a first. I’d seen that the track was there of course, but hadn’t seen it in operation. The gentleman running it says it runs every Saturday from 9 AM to noon. The track circles a display that includes two little waterfalls, and I happily tried to get pictures but the strong sun and shadows got in the way. So I used my new iPhone to take shots of the train in burst mode, and it shot a movie instead. Clearly I need to study up on how to take best advantage of the features of the phone. And the site wouldn’t let me post the little video. But I got one shot of the train at least.
This water feature was new to me also.And, what we have most of here in Florida, lizards!