I am just returning to film from a long hiatus, but the work and style of Ansel has always been on my mind.
Today though, Clyde Butcher captures me almost completely. He is consumate. He has a deep love of Old Florida that captures the world I grew up in. He goes to the extreme to obtain it. So many think of Fla. in the terms of South Beach or Disney or even the abused Keys. Clyde finds what is left of what the Spaniards called "La Florida". I live IN the 'Nature Coast' of Florida, I am a 'Cracker'. Most cannot understand the difficulty Clyde goes through to obtain these moments. His dedication to my Florida almost breaks my heart. One of my greatest desires is to emulate him. Though my pitiful efforts will never match his, I feel compelled to try.
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