It's a stretch but these limestone formations put me in mind of my wife's stories of Turkish delight.
It is the effect of endless waves battering this pile of rock and washing away striations over time.
The effect is otherworldly.
I know of no other place in the Keys that looks quite like this.
This is the old pump house for the water main installed by the Navy in 1942.
World War Two ended Key West's dependence on rainwater and cisterns. I'm guessing the limestone was much more solid back then.
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