Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Morning In Key West

Morning, a fresh start for those who don't do shift work and labor odd hours, on random nights, catch as catch can.

A rising sun creates it's own special light.

Not everyone knows the poet was being ironic when he suggested strong fences make for good neighbors. This house, below has two fences:

Robert Frost spent winters in Key West, perhaps he knew whereof he spoke. Perhaps not. Check it out: ""Good Fences Make Good Neighbours": History and Significance of an Ambiguous Proverb"

The cemetery makes for great neighbors in my opinion.

Shadows.

Darkness and light.

The drama of thunder. What a great morning.