The 'Jose Gaspar' sailing in Tampa Bay (clouds boats ). Photo by TJtheGato

The 'Jose Gaspar' sailing in Tampa Bay

Uploaded by: TJtheGato

Sunday January 24, 2010

Tampa, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: The 'Jose Gaspar' sailing in Tampa Bay and firing cannons for the Gasparilla kids parade on Sat, Jan 23

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About TJtheGato

TJtheGato

One of my favorite pastimes is looking at the photos on Wunderground. I love being able to travel the world from my own home, and being able to see the wonderful photos that you all capture. I have been interested in photography since High School. As father of a three year old, my free time is limited, but I try to take advantage of any family trips, etc. by getting some great landscapes, animal photos, and, of course, family photos. I would consider myself a beginner at photography. I got my first DSLR in April, 2012, and have loved learning how to take photos with it.

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