They remind me why I am out pretending to be a tourist taking pictures of my home town. They saw bougainvillea, I saw Spring Breakers.
Key West can be a very severe town. This sign on Louisa jolted me into compliance even though I was on foot at the time.
This open lot at the corner of Louisa and Thompson looks ripe for development...
...and as usual when development is the issue building one nice house is not enough. Two 'rate of growth ordinance' units means that two homes could be packed into this field.
The they will need cars and stuff and these lanes can be pretty tight. I'd rather have a stilt home with parking underneath and lots of room for a garden. Luckily it's not my lot to be under- exploited.
Whimsy in a tropical theme:
And a flower.
And a dog doing her job.
Cheyenne often asks me why I keep taking her picture. It's because she doesn't grumble like other members of my family tend to.
She is a good and patient girl and deserves all the time in the world to sniff whatsoever she wants.
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