Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by christilou, Feb 11, 2014.
Sunset on the Keys by christilou1, on Flickr
Leica M + Zeiss 25mm Biogon
I have some sunsets from the same place!
Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! by andywest1, on Flickr
Key West Sailboat by andywest1, on Flickr
You also got a longer lens! Although we came to see the sunset it was spoiled by this enormous cruise ship as it slowly made a huge turn in the harbour. I couldn't believe the size of it!
I was going to ask if that was your boat . . .
Thankfully not..... however I feel I should quantify my statement....... large!
I know it's been raining a lot recently, but, that's not Sunny Frimley!
My god that boat is enormous.
If the other Bill thinks it's sunny, then who am I to disagree
Ring-billed Gulls, apart from the one standing on the post, so it can't be Frimley
I liked the B&W but I love this! Cruise ship bow notwithstanding. I think it would be "less" without.
I have some good memories from the Keys. And thankfully it has nothing to do with all the old hippies drinking too much and "partying" with Jimmy Buffet's godawful music playing along. I hate how hard it is to get away from that whole scene down there.
Lived in Florida for 18 years and never made it down there.
Best part of our Florida holiday was in Key West staying at the Southern Most Hotel....Bliss!!!
As for that boat..OMG it's HUGE!
That boat is indeed enormous. Try standing next to the aircraft carrier USS Teddy Roosevelt (CVN-71) with its 90-aricraft capability and 5000 crew.
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