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I am always amazed at how different the colors of buildings are throughout the United States. Depending on where you are the colors, as well as the materials used, can vary greatly. In both Miami and Key West I was … Continue reading
I ride my bike, I roller skate, don’t drive no car Don’t go too fast but I go pretty far For somebody who don’t drive, I been all around the world Some people say, I done all right for a … Continue reading
Well here we are at day 5 of the 5 day photo challenge and while the “rules” state that I should nominate someone else to this challenge I find myself at a handicap… Everyone I would’ve nominated has already been … Continue reading
F6.3 – 1/30 – ISO5000 – 35mm – Canon 5D M III
Last year close to this time we were about to escape from the ice and cold into warm and sun in Key West, Florida. I wanted to go back this year but things being the way they are, we couldn’t … Continue reading
In order from top to bottom with the corresponding miles to – Djibouti, London, Fiji, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Tokyo, Montego Bay, Cancun, Fort Lauderdale, Dry Tortugas, Miami, Honolulu, Santiago de Cuba, Habana, Nassau, New Orleans, Key West. The furthest … Continue reading
I’ll take mine with coffee – two sugars and two creams – and bacon! How do you want yours? 🙂 Seen on Duvall Street in Key West, December 2013.
When in Key West, Florida last year I noticed all of these historical signs pointing out what happened here and there or who built this house and what is was made for, etc. At first they were just interesting but … Continue reading
In Key West, Florida they are feral, protected, and all over the place! They are the descendants of the Cubalaya and domestic chickens. The Cubalaya chicken started out as some varieties of Filipino fowls from Spain who were cross bred … Continue reading