Harold Brown | Bhaga Video - Photo Website

Harold Brown | Bhaga Video

This is the companion site to my Blog. Photos on this site were taken with a variety of cameras and are not necessarily intended to be works of art. The photos simply document my life and travels with a camera.

A Few Recent Photos

  • Eastern Bluebird

    Bluebird constantly pecking at our windows leaving marks.

  • Fiat 500

    Gourmet Garage Restaurant (now closed). Monte Casino in Fourways, Johannesburg, South Africa. Taken 4/5/2009.

  • Kruger Park To Joburg

    Slowdown due to construction to widen the road. South Africa

  • White Water Lily

    Also know as a Star Lotus. A day-blooming plant with submerged roots and stems. Part of the leaves are submerged, while others rise slightly above the surface. Kruger Park South Africa.

  • Florida Swamp Lily

    Crinum americanum frequently found growing in swamps, marshes, and wet hammocks. The flowers have six petals and are white or white and pink and fragrant.

  • Jacksonville Beach

    Summer evening at the beach.

  • Common Grackle

    The common grackle forages on the ground, in shallow water or in shrubs; it will steal food from other birds. It is omnivorous, eating insects, minnows, frogs, eggs, berries, seeds, grain and even small birds and mice.

  • Looking For Lunch

    Gull Flying Over A pond in Ponte Vedra Beach

  • Old Town Trolley on Hypolita St

    Meehan's patio on the left.

  • Grace United Methodist Church

    The Grace United Methodist Church is a historic church which Henry Flagler had constructed in St. Augustine, Florida. It is located at 8 Carrera Street. Built within a one-year span, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places on November 29, 1979.

  • Colonial Quarter

    The Colonial Quarter is where visitors can experience hundreds of years of Colonial Spanish and British living history in St. Augustine.

  • Ripley's Believe It or Not!

    St Augustine, Florida

  • The Great Cross

    At 280 feet tall it marks the founding of America's oldest city, St Augustine, Florida. In 1565, a Spanish admiral named Pedro Menendez de Aviles landed along the shoreline where the Great Cross stands today.

  • Sunset at RiverTown

    In the distance the fishing pier in RiverFront park. RiverTown, St Johns, Florida

  • Public Burying Ground St Augustine

    " During the yellow fever epidemic of 1821, this half-acre plot was set aside as a public cemetery. Many Protestant pioneers to the new Florida Territory are buried here. Often such burials, made at public expense, went unmarked. The Presbyterian Church has owned and maintained the cemetery since 1832. Interments were discontinued in 1884."

  • Trolley in front of Borrillo's Pizza & Subs

    St. Augustine is a city on the northeast coast of Florida. It lays claim to being the oldest city in the U.S., and is known for its Spanish colonial architecture.

  • Grace United Methodist Church

    Dedicated January 1888. Carrera St, St Augustine, FL 32084

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