Monday, January 7, 2013

Village Colors

It is a fine thing to see bright sunlight. I am one of those who notices everything much more clearly when the sky is blue and the sun is shining.
Walking Emma Street in Bahama Village the world seems made of primary colors.
The old hall above merges its blue wall with the dark blue of the sky imperceptibly. Below the Frederick Douglass community facilities have been voted money for refurbishment from the special Bahama Village tax. I hope the color scheme doesn't change.
I must have photographed this building once a year every year of the life of this blog. And why not with shutters such as these.
Even the modest conch cottages sparkle under the sun in their monochrome glory, white as the driven snow.
An apartment building in mustard may not seem quite as perky as the other colors shown here but this sunlight in January brightens it almost into yellow, bright enough.
Key West, brightest place under the sun.

2 comments:

Garythetourist said...

"The old hall above", where is that?

Garythetourist said...

"The old hall above", where is that?