Where Photography and Art Collide
A photo where each feature has a story of Cedar Keys' icons! Love all the textures!
I like that the signage is rustic, not slick and perfect... Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #69!
I like this rustic sign and the photo. The textures are wonderful, great capture!
One day after a trip to Cedar Key, I began to tell a friend all about the clam industry and how Cedar Keyans were really worried after that BP spill that their clam industry would be maimed. You can imagine my surprise when my friend looked at me with tired eyes, and said, "Yeah, yeah, clam up now!"So I did. This picture looks familiar. :-)
Here is one of the Florida cities I haven't had the chance to visit yet. Thanks for sharing.
I like the rustic feel of this shot.
The different directions, tones and textures of the wood gives a lot of interest to this shot, as do the hand-lettered signs. The "raw bar" certainly adds a big taste of local colour-- perhaps making up for the lack of clams?
Ah, seafood, seafood, seafood! I have a friend who used to fish with her family there every summer.
Shrimp and Scallops...clams not so much. Maybe if they are steamed....just maybe.
Very interesting (and lovely too) photo. Thanks for keeping my brain active :)
So great to see scenes and signs of summer..when we're so in the middle of real winter!!!
Or pretty much anywhere in Florida~! I'm in Ft Myers (and I wish it would stop raining today ;>)!
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