Larry Busby


The Enroy Foundation

Larry Busby joined the United States Navy in 1978 and received formal training as a Navy photographer and served as a combat camera team member. Larry also flew on board the P3 Orion Navy maritime patrol, reconnaissance and surveillance aircraft.

Currently Larry is a Florida State Park Ranger with the Florida Park Service. He has served as a wild-land firefighter on the Florida Park Service's Wildfire Strike Teams, also as a first responder on the Florida Hurricane Disaster Response Teams.

Larry enjoys capturing the charm of "Old Floridascapes" and his medium is photographs etched on Aluminum. Larry's work has been featured in St. Pete Life Magazine, Creative Loafing, AARP Magazine as well as many other local publications. His work has been displayed at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts, Florida Museum of Photographic Art, Tampa University's Scarfone/Hartley Gallery and other venues and galleries throughout the West Coast of Florida. 

"Photography is my therapy, when I'm behind the lens it's more like meditation. It's a Zen-like experience, time comes to a complete standstill".

The Enroy Foundation
5814 23rd. Ave. S.
Gulfport, Fl.    33707


The Work of Larry Busby