John Mayer's Real Estate Blog: Controlling Fire in Florida

Controlling Fire in Florida

Controlled burns take place every year in Brevard County, Florida in order to minimize the danger from wild fires in the summer. Insurance claims in 2008 were high and troubled arsonists seeking attention didn't help. Many conservationists oppose the burns saying a lot of animals that can't escape are destroyed. It's a hard decision to make but in the end, natural out of control fires decimate both wildlife and property indiscriminately.

I thought I would share these photos I took with the AR community.

Fire, Sun and Water on the Banana River in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Merritt Island and Cocoa are in the distance.

Banana River

This shot was taken from an airboat on the St. John's River near Titusville.

St. John's River

Some good news! Rates on 30-year-fixed mortgages fell to 5.04 percent this week, declining along with bond yields and easing concerns over inflation.

These photos are copyright (c), all rights reserved and may not be used or reproduced without permission from John Mayer. Permission can granted with a link back to my website and / or blog, providing the site is appropriate for everyone. Photographs are a great way to share the world. Thank you for viewing.

Comment balloon 2 commentsJohn Mayer • February 20 2009 11:55AM

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John - Those are a couple of great photographs, the first one is great with the clouds around the sun.

Posted by Robert Vegas Bob Swetz, Las Vegas Henderson Homes for Sale (Realty ONE Group) over 10 years ago

John: I just love the first shot - Love the boat, pier and gulls in the distance.

Posted by Gwenn Tanvas, The Mortgage Gal, 920.267.7891~ SMART - INNOVATIVE (NEXA Mortgage LLC an Equal Housing Lender NMLS # 1660690) over 10 years ago

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