Get To Know: SUN SIGNS' Jeff Williams

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I headed over to St. Pete for St. Printersburg and the very first face I saw was that of Jeff Williams. His little sign painting info table was the cutest ever and he was so happy about being there and sharing his sign painting know how. I could not resist. I had to ask him…to be on the blog. Y’all this dude knows how to make magic with his brushes. Click on over to Sun Signs and see more of his stuff and get connected, but first…get to know Jeff Williams of Sun Signs St. Pete. 👇👇👇👇

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Childhood memento?

My favorite childhood memento of mine is an old wooden school bus toy that was hand painted by an artist named Hugo Poccaro. It had a handle like a scooter that extended at the top so I could scoot around my parents vintage clothing, furniture and jewelry store as a kid. I've since out grown it but it still sits in my house and brings back a ton of childhood memories.

Recent acquisition for your home?

I recently purchased a new record player as my previous one was in rough shape. I have quite a few older records but I recently acquired a self titled record by a band called "The Nude Party" that has been playing on repeat ever since.

Current obsession?

My current obsession is a bit nerdy. It's a series of YouTube videos you can find by searching "window painting" by a painter in the Pacific Northwest named Scot Campbell. He particularly paints what are called "Window Splash" signs that are temporary and generally used for holiday sales. The guy is pretty goofy but extremely personable not to mention a total wizard with a brush. 

Favorite hobby?

I really enjoy playing the guitar and learning oldies and doo wop tunes. I recently got ahold of a 4 track cassette recorder which is eating up more of my time than it should but it's a good contrast to work.

Always on you - watch, memento, etc?

I purchased a Mexican silver ring with a big chunk of turquoise set in it that is always on me. Partially due to the fact that the silver band has bent making it a semi permanent fixture hah. I've worn it for about 8 years now and don't for-see it coming off any time soon.

Favorite spot in your home?

I have a "Florida room" in my house surrounded by jalousie windows which give it really nice natural lighting. This room is also where I keep a ton of old books, records and knick knacks.

Favorite neighborhood restaurant?

Not sure that this spot counts as a restaurant but its one of my new found favorites. It's a food truck parked beside a tire shop serving cuban sandwiches, empanadas, and my personal favorite breakfast sandwiches, burritos and croissants. It's called Caramba and located on 16th st and 5th ave N in St. Pete.

Favorite neighborhood shop?

As for local shops go, I may be biased but my girlfriend owns and operates a shop called Bodhi Basics which is really neat. They specialize in holistic skin care and have a full apothecary with herbs and essential oils. They also have a handful of local vendors goods in store from plants and ceramics to jewelry and hold workshops in the back. If you check it out you'll likely meet the shop pups, Bodhi (the head honcho) and little Loretta.

Favorite way to focus on health or wellness? 

My go to wellness practice is usually going to our local Community acupuncture center. My older sister got me hooked on acupuncture a year or two ago and I try to go as often as I can. It's really nice to break the everyday high paced cycle and sit back and unwind.

Favorite place visited in the last year?

I've been visiting Nashville here and there since my sister relocated there and really dig it there however I think my favorite recent trip would have to be Asheville, NC. The hiking near the Blue Ridge PKWY is incredible and would highly recommend taking a trip to see it it.

Best gift recently received?

My girlfriend, Kim, recently gave me a very special incense that she blended and rolled by hand that has various herbs and resins in it including a fairly notable herb thats recently been accepted for Medicinal use here in FL. It smells amazing and every time I burn it I really try to savor it as it was hand rolled in a small batch.

Best gift recently given?

I recently gave Kim a gilded reverse glass piece based off of a print on one of her favorite vintage wrap skirts. It's a floral print with stems gilded in 23k gold leaf that turned out looking pretty rad and has a special sentiment. 

Most inspiring book you’ve read?

One of my favorite reads is a book by philosopher Alan Watts called "Does It Matter". It's a series of essays pertaining to man's relation to materiality. He poses the question of how you measure your wealth such as would you prefer to eat a meal or the menu. Another is wealth vs. money. Several of his books have been impactful for me in developing my own self worth despite how our western society classifies us.

The thing you most love about your city?

The thing I love most about St. Pete is that so many of my peers are able to make a living and support themselves independently while doing something they enjoy. There seems to be a great appreciation for independent artists, movers and makers around here and it's been super inspiring to see my friends and family find their niche and build their businesses on their terms. Other than that, there's a very dreamy tropical feel and of course a ton of sunshine in the "Sunshine City".

Best thing about what you do?

The most rewarding thing about what I'm able to do in my pursuit of hand painted signs and lettering is that I'm able to work directly with small businesses and showcase the ones I support. In creating beautiful signage I hope to not only build a portfolio for myself but to positively impact the business I work with. A business with a good sign is a sign of good business. A business with no sign is a sign of no business.

At the top of your to-do list?

The top of my to do list is to build an over sized easel to accommodate larger jobs. Other than to keep busy and find a way to incorporate more travel into my work routine. 

Other work projects?

I have my largest job to date coming up which is exciting. Working on large scale sized work is a service I'd like to provide to more clients though I prefer to work on smaller jobs that require more attention to detail.

On your bedside table?

I usually keep a small altar near my bed with trinkets I've picked up traveling and locally. It's something an old friend always did whether he was home or on the road and since his passing, I try to keep the tradition going.

A film that holds a special place in your heart?

There's a film called "Sign Painters" that I could and have watched countless times but I'm mostly interested in documentaries on various topics. One that holds a particularly special place in my heart is called "Heartworn Highways" from the 70's which followed around a handful of musicians. Of the artists featured, the late great Townes Van Zandt's vignette is my personal favorite.


Sun Signs is having a cool workshop:
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Get To Know: Bethany Mikell

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I met Bethany Mikell at the Orlando Museum of Art and her fiber work is glorious. She weaves and creates sumptuous clothing and accessories that are both soft and statement-making. She’s up in Asheville right now, making some new moves and I hope they know what they’ve got. If they don’t, they will soon. Let’s get to know Bethany.

Childhood memento?

It's a rather large memento that I don't currently have room for in my living space, so it's in safekeeping at my parents' home. My grandfather was a master woodworker, and before he passed in the mid-'90s, he made each of his seven grandchildren beautiful roll-top desks. Watching him (and helping, when I could) in his workshop is one of my fondest childhood memories, and I get my desire to create and work with my hands from him. I miss him very much.

Recent acquisition for your home?

A 6 ft. x 6 ft. massive tapestry loom. It's a beast. I recently warped it at fully-extended height for the first time, and I've just started weaving a full gown on it, which is going to take forever, but I'm excited about the challenge.

Current obsession?

I make playlists as mood boards instead of using visual inspiration, so that's forever my ongoing obsession. I weave to them, and the music informs my weaving. 

Favorite hobby?

I love tapestry weaving, but I'm also a fashion designer. I weave pattern pieces for my custom garments, which is a little unusual, I suppose. It takes forever, but the payoff is worth it to have custom textiles that I've handwoven that can't be purchased or mass-produced.

Always on you - watch, memento, etc?

I'm not extremely sentimental about mementos, in general, but I do have a pair of laser-cut earrings in the shape of the molecular chain for estrogen that I wear when I want to feel like a powerful lady-person. :)

Favorite spot in your home?

Anywhere there's a loom or sewing machine. Easy-peasy.

Favorite neighborhood restaurant?

I recently moved to the Asheville, NC area (Black Mountain, specifically), and I'm still trying out places around here, so I don't want to name a favorite just yet (but shout-out to Moose Cafe and Rocky's Hot Chicken Shack for great Southern sides). As for Orlando, Pho Vinh, King Bao, Noodles and Rice, Nile, Woodlands, Singh's Roti Shop, and Los Generales are always favorites.

Favorite neighborhood shop?

Anywhere with good yarn. There are too many places up here. Earth Guild is a particularly good place for a nerdy weaver to spend too much money.

Favorite art museum?

Tate Modern. Need to get back to London soon.

Favorite place visited in the last year?

I just got back from a lovely long weekend in New York. Stayed in the LES, which is always fun times. I also enjoy getting lost (because GPS always craps out!) on country backroads up in the mountains. The wildflowers are starting to bloom, and it's getting really pretty up here, right about now.

Best gift recently given?

I gave my senior rabbit, Boo, a bunch of cardboard cat scratching toys for Christmas, just after she lost her bonded partner and our bestest buddy, Pip. She's adjusting well to being an “only child”, and I've never seen anyone be so grateful for cardboard. We're a simple family.

Best gift recently received?

When I graduated with my MFA in May of last year, my bff decorated the booth at our favorite pub (Bull and Bush in the Milk District) with a bunch of silly banners and signs. She printed out the meme of that Ancient Aliens dude looking really high, and she just typed “MFA” on it. It's the dumbest thing ever, but I saved it, because it makes me snort-laugh.

Most inspiring book you’ve read?

The Secret. J/k. Uhhhh, I mostly read books about weaving and textile art these days, but I really should read more substantial work. Audiobooks are handy when weaving.

The thing you most love about your city?

The Asheville area is surrounded by natural beauty, and the craft history and arts scene are so vibrant up here. But Orlando is home (I was born and raised there), and there's so much good stuff happening in music, art, and theater. I just wish Orlando would calm down with its out of control rental market. It's really unfortunate that many artists and hardworking families are being priced out of Orlando, as I think it has the potential of being an even greater up-and-coming arts city than it already is. So it goes, in the current economy.

Best thing about what you do?

I love being able to think of a garment in my mind and create it from scratch. Lately, I work in a slightly different manner, because I don't necessarily know what a piece is going to look like until it comes off the loom, after which I drape it on the body and figure out what position and shape will work best for drafting the remainder of the garment. I really enjoy working in this more experimental format.

On your bedside table?

A really good shiatsu massager for calming my shoulder and back muscles, as they tend to tense up from weaving hours on end. I'm an artist. I can't afford the luxury of regular massages!

A film that holds a special place in your heart?
Withnail and I is my favorite comedy of all time. It's just perfectly hilarious and British, and the acting is superb. “We'll buy this place, install a f---ing jukebox, and liven all you stiffs up a bit!”

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Bethany is exploring Asheville, North Carolina and digging into their arts and culture scene. To get in touch with her, reach out on her Instagram.

Get To Know: David Lawrence

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Though I’ve only known David Lawrence for a couple years, I think his youthful vibe has always been a part my life. He has a joyous spirit and a way of capturing people at a moment in their timeline that supersedes how they see themselves. He is a talented photographer and storyteller and if you get the chance to work with him, take it.

Let’s get to know David Lawrence.

Childhood memento?

When I was a kid I collected tons of “Peanuts” memorabilia. Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Linus, and all the characters in any form I could find them. I was obsessed. Until a couple years ago I had a wax dinosaur figure from the Orlando Science Center that I was pretty pumped on, but it got broken and now its in the dump somewhere. 

Recent acquisition for your home?

A new record. When I was in Chicago a couple weeks ago I got a vinyl record by the band Better Oblivion Community Center. It’s a new project from artists Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers. Its so so so good. 

Current obsession?

Man, I wouldn’t say obsession, but I’ve been running a lot. I ran 6 miles the other night. I don’t know how consistent it will become, but I enjoy it. I’m always looking for the next fun thing or work project. But obsession? My cat. And donuts from Voodoo Donuts. I probably bring it up everyday to my poor wife and our roommate. That goes well w/ running. 

Favorite hobby?

My favorite thing lately has been going to the movies at Enzian and then any moment I get to hang with my wife, our cat, and our friends. (There’s the cat again! ha! I’m obsessed.)

Always on you - watch, memento, etc?

My cell phone, clothes and tattoos. Ha!  

Favorite spot in your home?

Living room for sure. Our couch is comfy and the tv is nice. 

Favorite neighborhood restaurant?

It’s not in my neighborhood, but my wife and I LOVE Luke’s in Maitland. Derek, their chef is incredible and the food is so good and well thought out. Everything is made from scratch and the ingredients are local. Also, they have a great happy hour and the service is always on point! 

Favorite neighborhood shop?

Kiwi Camera Service all day. Michael the owner is a wizard in the camera world and can fix a anything. He’s got an awesome team and they have a huge selection of film and all kinds of fun old camera stuff. Also, I like GB’s Bottle Shop and Whippoorwill Beer House's bottle selection. Both sell single cold beers! 

Favorite way to focus on health or wellness? 

Running. I’ve also been getting into breath work and meditation lately. Taking 30 minutes to focus on God through prayer and breathing exercises in the AM has been really rad. 

Favorite place visited in the last year?

In the last year I’ve traveled a lot. Seattle was one of my favorite spots to visit this past Summer. I used to live there and it’s a second home to me and always feels so special when I visit. We spent a few days with friends there and drove to Montana where my wife used to live. We went to Glacier National Park and saw the musician Phoebe Bridgers play. Both were freaking incredible. I also went to Austin, Texas to photograph a wedding and that super cool as well! It reminded me a lot of Portland. 

Best gift recently given?

My wife surprised me by taking me to Tampa for the day for my birthday. When we got there a bunch of our closest friends were there waiting for us. It was a total surprise. They took me all around Tampa and St Pete and she surprised me w/ a tattoo also. It was super cool. Something I’ll remember forever. Also, another friend of mine took the time to get me a variety of nice button up shirts. I could tell she spent time thinking about each shirt and that was super cool because it felt meaningful and like she really went out of her way! Our roommate also got me voodoo donut gift card! It was dope!! 

Most inspiring book you’ve read?

Ever?? I’m not entirely sure as it’s difficult to narrow down to one - I can tell you a book I’ve read recently that I’ve really enjoyed though!! Its called They Can’t Kill US Until They Kill Us by Hanif Abdurraqib. He is a music writer from Ohio. He tells stories of his favorite musicians, going to concerts, and growing up in the midwest as a black muslim. His poems and stories are captivating, at times heart wrenching, beautiful, and honestly told. 

The thing you most love about your city?

The people. Orlando seems to me like a tight knit community in a lot of ways. Everyone kind of knows everyone and are good at showing support when someone comes out with a new business or idea. I bump into people I know everywhere I go! 

Best thing about what you do?

I get to interact with other people and use my photos help to others. Sometimes its just through taking portraits for people to put on their LinkedIn page or website, but its still giving people an opportunity to let their true selves shine. When I take photos for businesses I’m able to give them content to promote their products. My hope is that it will make their businesses shine and grow; pulling in more customers.

At the top of your to-do list?

Clean my house and work on all the photo projects I never seem to complete.  

Other work projects?

For a year and half I worked on a project called Inhabit for Bungalower. I’d interview people about the places they called home - take portraits of them in their space and ask them about their lives. I also do an ongoing project called Print where I set up photo studios in different places around the city and give people the opportunity to sit for a portrait and leave w/ a print in hand. I’ve photographed 500 or so people since I began that last October! There are currently portraits hanging at Credo’s Health Village Location and at The Heavy in Winter Park. 

On your bedside table? 

I don’t have one! ha! 

A film that holds a special place in your heart?

Forest Gump!! Its a movie I watched a ton growing up and I’ve always loved the storytelling and how Forrest brushes shoulders with so many people and weaves in and out of so many important parts of history.

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Connect with David through Facebook, Instagram, or Email him here. He has headshot signups from time to time. The next one is Friday, March 29th and there are a few spots left!

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Get To Know: Chris Kernstock

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Chris and I have known each other for a while. You may be an admirer of his work and maybe not know it. Have you been to Red Lobster? (P-O-P-C-O-R-N-S-H-R-I-M-P) I love Red Lobster. It was the FANCY restaurant my family went to for birthdays or when my grandparents came to town. Chris works for the brand and the photos he takes may be on your menu, table card, or Insta feed. He’s SO good at what he does and his photo and video skills are moving in a much more forward-facing direction with his YouTube channel.

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Let’s get to know Chris Kernstock:

Childhood memento? I’d say it’s the sole surviving LEGO mini-figure from when I played with Legos as a kid. It’s in a film canister and I currently cannot find it. 😐

Recent acquisition for your home? A fully furnished baby room, so crib, dresser, rocker chair, night stand.

Current obsession? Taking photos. I’m quite addicted and constantly want to take better photos. 

Favorite hobby? I have a lot of hobbies but if I had to choose a fave it might be paddle-boarding. Floating on water is a peaceful thing. 

Always on you - watch, memento, etc? My camera. I was just thinking how it goes with me everywhere. You just never know what you might see or what might inspire you.

Favorite spot in your home? I have a mini couch in my office next to the window. I like it because of the natural light, it’s comfy and indoor.

Favorite neighborhood restaurant? Market on South. Vegan life! 

Favorite neighborhood shop? I don’t really shop much but being a home owner I love my local Ace Hardware. 

Favorite way to focus on health or wellness? Stretching. It feels so good and is another peaceful thing I love to do daily. 

Favorite place visited in the last year? Green Bay Wisconsin to go to Lambeau Field and watch a Packers game. It was a bucket list spot I’m glad I got to see.

Best gift recently given? For Valentine’s Day I framed 3 photos for my wife with a picture of the place we met, the place we got engaged and the place we got married. 

Best gift recently received? My best friend Ralph got me an Orlando Magic hat that I seem to wear a lot. It’s black, says Magic in graffiti and goes with most outfits.

Most inspiring book you’ve read? On the journey to turning vegan I read the book Meat is for Pu—ies. After that I made the switch to being vegan.

The thing you most love about your city? I think it’s the love and open mindset we have here in Orlando. So many people doing so many things and it’s all good. 

Best thing about what you do? Creativity is key and having the ability to be creative is so important in my life. If not, I may explode. 

At the top of your to-do list? Well, we have a baby on the way so that is more important than all, so preparing all things in life for that.

Other work projects? Photoshoots are on the horizon. 

On your bedside table? A couple of framed photos. One of my wife and I and one of my puppy and I. 

A film that holds a special place in your heart? The movie 8 Mile has always been something that has motivated me. Just reminds me you can go through things and still make it happen. #momsspaghetti ✌️

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Get to know: NOBLE FOLK DESIGN

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Photo: Matt Novak

I met Will on Twitter. Do people still meet on Twitter? Will does some of the designs for Biggie’s Deli Fresh Threads shirts. He’s really good at what he does. He doesn’t live in Orlando, but I figured since he’s impacting our community through his design work, it still counts as being part Orlandoan. So, let’s get to know Will Truran a.k.a. Noble Folk Design.

Childhood memento?

Mementos are tough for me, because I don't tend to hold on to "stuff" that doesn't serve a purpose. The only exception to that would be some of the objects I started gathering as a kid, and as an adult, while on hikes and spending time in the woods. These objects ranges from bits of bee's nests, to antlers, and other objects found in nature. I like having these items of the outdoors around my desk for long nights stuck in front of a computer.

Recent acquisition for your home?

I've been buying random drinking glasses for a passion project I have started called xMOCKTAILSx. I only buy one of each... so it has become quite an odd collection of glassware.

Current obsession?

I have been obsessed with Rock Climbing, particularly bouldering. I'm quite bad, but it's time away from the computer, it's actually got me exercising (a rarity for me), and is an additional outdoor activity for the summer! I'm sure my friends are all sick of me talking about it.

Favorite hobby?

Oh man I used to snowboard a ton, but I think for the past couple of years my favorite hobby has been hiking. When the weather is good I try to get a couple days a week where I can get in a long hike.

Always on you - watch, memento, etc?

I am so boring! This is everything I carry on me at all times... My cards/cash in a rubber band, phone, some business cards, and my keys... In addition to that I am always wearing black vans, black jeans, and a flannel. I am terribly boring and like a freaking cartoon.

Favorite spot in your home?

My little studio area is where I spend most of my time. It's a mess (and could use a makeover), but has everything I need to be productive. I have my drafting table, sewing machine, computer, and a ton of other tools I use for work and my side projects.

Favorite neighborhood restaurant?

I live in a pretty rural area, so it's tough. We have a bunch of fast food... but that's all garbage. I would have to say this local pizza shop Mama Cees is my favorite. I am a pizza freak, so it's crucial to have a good pizza spot near by!

If I am going to take a drive though... Eddie’s Roadhouse is my ride or die. I have made enemies over their poor opinions about this local treasure.

Favorite neighborhood shop?

There is a surprisingly great game shop in my town. It's a hidden gem for the nerds out there. It's called Markorama.

Favorite art museum?

THIS IS SO HARD! I'm going to list a few and explain why each is made the list. 

If someone asks me to take them to an art museum I'm going to take them to The MET. It has a bit of everything and non artsy folks can appreciate the magnitude of the sculptures and Egyptian collection. Most recently I went to Cooper Hewitt and they had the most amazing tactile design exhibit and an entire exhibit exploring color which really impressed me. My favorite non NY museum is the Cleveland Museum of Art. The building is beautiful and they have the 2nd best American art collection I have ever seen, the Newark Museum being the best in my opinion.

Favorite place visited in the last year?

This past year I went on a road trip from NJ to Montana and out of all of the amazing sites I would have to say Craters of the Moon National Park was my favorite. It was like I left Earth for a day and explored another planet.

Best gift recently given?

I made my brother a custom chalk bag and bought him some FrictionLabs chalk. (told you, currently obsessed) 

Best gift recently received?

My folks gave me a 3 month membership to my local climbing gym (seriously obsessed)

Most inspiring book you’ve read?

The book I enjoyed reading the most and had the largest impact on me is the Screwtape Letters, by C.S. Lewis. I am not sure it inspired me, but it really made me think about a lot of parts of my life.

The thing you most love about your city?

I live really close to the Appalachian trail and a bunch of other solid trail systems. That has to be my favorite part of where I live.

Best thing about what you do?

Being a graphic designer allows me to be involved in a huge range of industries and getting to learn about what different companies do and working out an aesthetic that best works for them has to be my favorite part of what I do. I also love how how graphic design has given me tools to create passion projects like Dead Flesh CØ#brutalisttruth, and xMOCKTAILSx. All these projects have given me a  voice and are ways for me to spread ideas I think should be talked about.

On your bedside table?

n/a (no table)

A film that holds a special place in your heart?

Movies are super important to me... so here is another list! Empire Strikes Back made me a Star Wars fan for life! The line in Almost Famous where Philip Seymour Hoffman says "we're uncool. And while women will always be a problem for us, most of the great art in the world is about that very same problem. Good-looking people don't have any spine. Their art never lasts." has stuck with me forever. The last one I will mention is Legends of the Fall. I don't care what folks say, that movie is gold.

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Get in touch with Will: wtruran@noblefolkdesign.com
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3-D Florida at the Library

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Jim McManus takes 3-D photos and right now twenty four images he created are on display downtown at the Orlando Library.

I could have stayed there staring at them for hours. Although I’m sure there’s a limit visually and maybe cognitively as to exactly how long you should immerse yourself in this stuff. Lake Eola swans glow, bridges propel you into a different time, and the Space Shuttle looks almost ready to launch…again.

There are twenty four images printed on metal affixed to three long panels outside the Melrose Center on the second floor of the library. Grab a pair of 3-D glasses and be transported. 

Top Tip: Do NOT look at the library carpet pattern with your 3D glasses on. DO NOT. It’ll make ya woozy.

Abandoned Passage, Suwannee Springs Bridge, Live Oak, FL 2004 - Jim McManus

Abandoned Passage, Suwannee Springs Bridge, Live Oak, FL 2004 - Jim McManus

These swans don’t bite. (Can I please just retitle this one?) Swan Boats Resting, 2010, Jim McManus

These swans don’t bite. (Can I please just retitle this one?) Swan Boats Resting, 2010, Jim McManus

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Not Florida, but then sadly not everything is.

Not Florida, but then sadly not everything is.

Jim McManus

Click on his name there to get to his website. More stereoscopic images are there, so keep your glasses and immerse yourself online. (The work is awesome, but really, put a time limit on it, because headaches can happen.)