ALL PHOTOS DINNER ISLAND Uncategorized Little House On The Prairie 11 years ago Alan S. Hochman Center map Traffic Bicycling Transit WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY – DINNER ISLAND RANCH WMA, FL Tweet Subject Photo exif Data Camera Make and Model NIKON D80 Photo taken on February 7, 2009, 7:34 pm Focal Length 34mmShutter Speed 1/160Aperture @ƒ/6.3 Tags: featured, Uncategorized Continue Reading Previous Deer on Nobel Road in EvergladesNext Birds Swarming in Florida Everglades 18 thoughts on “Little House On The Prairie” Love your subject matter Way cool dude! Alan, Do you need a helper? lol Awesome Terrific photo. Thank you Steve, that’s one of my favorites. Masterpiece. Keep it up Alan. It’s a beautiful house! Isabel, it is actually a hunter’s check-in station! lol Simply Fantastic photo Hi, love this picture, and its simplicity. Good exposure too. Best wishes Tony Hi Tony, Thank you for the compliment. This is actually a hunter’s check in station in Dinner Island Ranch WMA, but the title said it all! lol You took some wonderful pictures.That little house is wonderful. and very peaceful feeling just looking at it,in the middle of no where.When you have more photos on auction let me know. Thank you Amy. I love that Little House shot. Nice picture with sparkling colors. Funny to read it’s a check-in. Can you get a special badge for checking in using Foursquare? 😉 One comment on the picture. Watch your horizon. The house is floating away to the left. LOL It’s a hunter check in station where hunters must show what they harvested to a wildlife biologist. Your comment on the horizon is noted. Thanx Stefan. Hi Alan, great photo! Simplicity in nature. Bright, bold colors of the cabin contrast with the light green tundra. Ralph Waldo Emerson would have liked living there writing his poetry. Have any moose or bears or frogs broken into the cabin? Hi Nanette, This is a Hunters Check in Station. There are no moose here in Florida but there are black bear. The only incident I heard of as far as a “break in” was a pack of wild hogs that once trashed the place! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website TO PREVENT SPAM, PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING. THEN PRESS *Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA. one + = 9 This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.