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Category: Florida

Cloud Nine: Over the Florida Keys

When you fly, do you book an aisle seat? I know many people do – some in order to avoid a sense of claustrophobia, and others for the convenience of not needing to climb over others’ legs when you need…

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Falling Off the Horizon

Key West, Florida. I snapped a number of shots as the waters drew in the sun, and thought about the frame in the context of our planet as the round, orbiting sphere it is. I’ve taken more than a few shots from…

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In to the Sunset

Key West, the southernmost city in the continental US, is closer to Cuba than it is to Miami. Just a couple of blocks from the party street named Duval, you’ll find yourself in the Truman Annex, which has both historical significance…

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Seven Mile Bridge

Driving the Florida Keys, Seven Mile Bridge is a sight that compels you to pull over and soak up the setting. On a recent visit, the transition from sunshine to fog resulted yielded interesting shots for more than one camera toting traveller….

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