Babcock Ranch Telegraph

BABCOCK RANCH SCENES

 

 

We’re expanding the scope of our call for reader-submitted photos beyond sunsets to just about anything that catches your eye as you live, work, play, and even visit at Babcock Ranch.

See something breathtaking, funny, curious, or heartwarming?

Snap a picture and email it to editor Cindy Pierce at cpierce@floridaweekly.com. Include a sentence or two about when/ where you took it. We’ll let you know if and when it’s chosen for publication. And of course, we’ll always welcome sunset scenes.

See more submitted photos on page A33.

Trail’s Edge resident Jim Hussey ventured out around 6:45 a.m. May 25 to photograph what he calls “Babcock Butte” along Bluebird Trail about ½ mile from Innovation Tower. “It’s the only hill I know of in town,” Mr. Hussey said. “And while it’s human-made, it’s a nice little piece of topography.”

He added he crests the hill whenever a daily jog takes him that way, and he has watched a little boy delight in making a remote-controlled car go up and down the sidewalk. A large rock at the top of the hill looks like it might eventually have a marker of some kind.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABOVE: Jennifer Campbell, a resident of Trail’s Edge who is building a new home in Crescent Grove, stopped at Innovation Tower to take this stunning sunset shot on May 13.

ABOVE: Jennifer Campbell, a resident of Trail’s Edge who is building a new home in Crescent Grove, stopped at Innovation Tower to take this stunning sunset shot on May 13.

LEFT: Lake Babcock resident Lynn Brokenshire was on an early morning walk along Dr. Bill Hammond Trail when this glistening spider web caught his eye.

LEFT: Lake Babcock resident Lynn Brokenshire was on an early morning walk along Dr. Bill Hammond Trail when this glistening spider web caught his eye.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.