Saturday, April 9, 2016

Key West, Fun Stuff and of Course, A Sunset:: Keep Them Wheels a Rolling - Winter 2015-2016

Copyright 2016, CABS for Reflections From the Fence

Key West is small, but, is PACKED with fun and interesting things to do.  One of the things we chose to do was to visit the Little White House:

No photos are allowed in the house during the tours, did snag this nice photo of the outside:

It is well worth the small fee we paid for a guided tour.  Don't miss it if you are in the area.

We also walked around the area near the Mallory seaport area.  Nearby is the Old Post Office and Customshouse which is the official headquarters for the Key West Art & Historical Society.  We only walked around the outside where this great life like art was.

This was just a bit larger than real life, you will know why I say, just a little larger, when you see another piece:

Sony III zoomed in on this little girl having a sandwich:

And, then there was this couple dancing:

Maybe this will give you an idea of the true size of our dancers:

According to RoadsideAmerica dot com, this is a "huge Seward Johnson statue of a man and woman in full formal evening attire ballroom dancing, based on the Renoir painting "A Dance at Bougival."

And, the sunset.  We went to the Mallory Square for sunset.  It was fun.  Food. Entertainment. And way too many people.  I was shooting this magnificent sunset over the heads of hoardes of people.

Still managed to get a few nice photos, we do love sunsets!

We have one more day to discover what we can at Key West.  We found another fort/museum and let the day surround us in atmosphere,  including of course, food.


1 comment:

Nell Bullock said...

AMAZING sculptures/statues! And photography! Definitely a "have to visit" for Key West (if I'm ever fortunate enough.