Floridensis Stasis

With the close of 2020, and with a general sense of existential exhaustion, I’m retiring Floridensis and personal website management for the time being. Floridensis has taken quite a bit of time and energy to build and maintain (not to mention $$$), and I’m feeling fairly weathered down. It’s been a long couple of years, and I want to clear the air for 2021, so to speak, and simplify my digital life.

I probably won’t be updating Floridensis any time soon, but I will continue to be active on social media. Feel free to follow my photographic adventures on Instagram and Twitter. I regularly post wildlife and environmental photography via these accounts:



I wish you and yours the very best in 2021! Be safe out there and take care of each other!


Agkistrodon conanti, the Florida cottonmouth; Volusia county, Florida (26 January 2021).

2 Comments on “Floridensis Stasis

  1. Truly sorry to see you retiring Floridensis. I just happened to stumble upon it when searching Florida crabs, and thought what a cool, informative, and well laid out website. Anyhow, I fully understand your desire to simplify your digital life and the cost you’ve incurred bringing your knowledge to others.

    Wishing you the very best and hope to meet you someday, Bob S. Vero Beach, FL


    • Rock on, Bob ~~ and thanks! I’ll still be active around the social media universe (namely Twitter and iNaturalist) and will probably miss the Helsinki out of Floridensis come summer. heh. But, alas! I do believe the time has come to shift gears somewhat. Thanks again for the kind words — and keep looking outdoors! Vero is excellent, btw. Most excellent sketch of coast!



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