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Thanks datakoll, although I do have to disavow any knowledge of your actions~
Thank you everybody for the great response to my article! To that end, I am honored and very pleased to be one of two featured artists, along with Pedro Garcia at this month’s Art Exhibit at http://www.mokshafamily.org Moksha Family Arts Collective in North Miami.
Presented by 7th Circuit Productions.
Friday, June 20th, 2014 : 8-10pm
On display will be several large format and aerial panoramic prints from http://www.kayakfari.com along with the surreal “Extreme Birdwatching“ series from http://www.decoratedreality.com .
Nothing like seeing art in person.
Stop on by if you're in town!
P.S. I see that datakoll must have a lot of sailing experience. Yes, he writes in the style of Nostradamus quatrains but I think what he means is that he figured out how to use the many channels in Florida Bay to his advantage and zoom around with the flow. Kudos datakoll!
Gallery run out of artists ?
Has Maslan tried the Boomerang route ? The staked channel out of Flamingo going north then around Murray Key then to the west of Man O War Key is a flowing ditch running past fields.
Past Man O War the basin is natural to the Yacht Channel seen on the map as a lighted buoy area.
Arriving at Long Key sound over the sandbar, you see the bridge and go for it on the out going tide. My position went from south just below the 'channel' to the bridge on a fairly good tide flow carrying into a Atlantic wind.
Past Man O War, Boomeranging south east before a north or west wind , yup you are sailing a ferry crossing. Read Burch 'KAYAK NAVIGATION' as on the Barnes and Noble site.
Yes, your work deserves an audience. And you have one online. Now develop standup !
No online sunset photos from Johnson's Key...drag a tripod over ! Sun setting south of Flamingo.
The photo I use for Long Key looking to the 5 Bridge...a beauty thanks.
Did I miss your entourage at Flamingo ?
I'm off to the coast for whales, humpback, blue and fin.
good paddling !