A few pictures of that empty stretch of Highway One between Big Coppitt and Sugarloaf Key.
The highway runs through water and a drive here reveals some lovely views.
A walk on the elaborately built bike path and the old Flagler Bridges does the same.
Still solid, more than a hundred years old.
The water is too thin for fishing so there was no abandoned bait for Cheyenne to vacuum up.
Twisted mangroves versus solid human achievement:
In the long run the mangroves win.
I took this the next driving into Key West early, the sun rising at my back.
Every day, same road, many different moods, and thus never boring.