Continuing what I have now determined will be a summer long project, the latest entry in my own personal photography project -- Sunny Florida at F/11 is an impromptu HDR shot of Fossil Lake Park. I had heard of this park for a long time, and driven by it several times only glancing its baseball fields. When I first heard that St. Petersburg had a "fossil park" I obviously thought it was something like the San Andreas Tar Pits, a place I imagine to have dinosaur bones just lying around in the open!
However, there were no fossils or even bones of any kind, unfortunately. I would not even think the park old enough to even begin decaying a banana peel, sadly.
Still, disappointment at not being able to finally realize my boyhood dream of paleontology work aside, it was a surprisingly nice park for what it is, a small oasis in the middle of a not so green area of central St. Petersburg. There was decent wildlife with strange ducks, turtles and bluejays among other creatures. Basically, it's a decent place for a 15 minutes or so stroll.