The sun coming up on a few Key West monuments. The San Carlos long a symbol of the connection across the sea may get that status back one day. These days anything seems possible, even likely when it comes to Cuba.
The Strand was once a theater, now its just a lovely facade with a banal chain pharmacy inside. Oh well. Nothing possible there.
Fausto's Food Palace is a survivor in a world of conformity. Still there. LINK
The pineapple a symboil of welcome in Key West, now framing a godawful cheap ugly plastic Bugger Off sign. Irony and bad taste rolled into one. Keep Key West ugly.
Pineapples were a Keys export on the railroad. Nowadays tropical fruit is standard everywhere but once it was an expensive thing to eat, a luxury. This vehicle has a Key West business on an out of state tag, thus not paying road taxes in the Sunshine state. Thanks, but not exactly one human family.