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Okay, today it’s time for the last of my Key West pictures (at least for now – in the middle of the winter, I might dig out some tropical pics to keep me warm). I always come home with photos of sidewalks and interesting houses and cars, signs and lamp posts, because I think those are the things that give a neighborhood its character. And believe me, Key West is full of characters!
I think if I were going to move to Key West, I would live on a boat…
I loved this bit of cement reef I passed, walking to the cemetery. If you look at the large version, you can see the bits of glass and concrete sculpting that went into it.
This is actually the entrance to a restaurant! BO’s Fish Wagon is a Key West institution. Check out the large size for more details.
And, of course, it wouldn’t be Key West without sunset over Sunset Key. It really is a spectacular view. Everyone takes photos of the sunset, but none of the pictures really do it justice.