Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Sunrise In The Meadows

Out of sight out of mind when all the visitors are chasing their tails into Key West.

The Meadows, east of White Street, south of Palm Avenue have homes and no stores, no attractions and nothing much of anything of an early morning except some interesting light.

The familiar eyebrow home throwing deep shadows across the upstairs windows underneath the rooflines' eyebrow.

It's all shadow and light.

I like the bright colors and sharp contrasts of a sunny day.

The subtleties of fog and mist are lost on me. The Metropolitan Community Church has a nice gray facade, which is as gray as I want.

These homes look utterly appealing in the early morning sunlight.

With no one around to speak of, commuters already on their way to work, it was as quiet as it looks.

I like to go into town on my mornings off and enjoy the quiet in Key West. Cheyenne gets to walk while it's cool and she enjoys the smells of the big city as I walk around looking up.

Even the chickens aren't disturbed by us as I am as indifferent as my dog to their antics.

A shaft of light to illuminate a Conch Republic flag...

...and a lovely matching blue Yamaha Fazer 600.

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1 comment:

Jack Riepe said...

Dear Sir:

I may move to Key West just for the fresh eggs.

Fondest regards,
Twisted Roads