Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Key West. Maybe Weird

One doesn't want to be rude but what on Earth possesses people to put eyelashes on their cars? I have absolutely no idea but here we are:

And there are the drivers who take dreary K cars and paint them interesting. Or not:

Frankly in the picture above the rubble that passes for a sidewalk is more interesting than the rather understated canvas that used to be a car. Meanwhile Vote Key West which means what, precisely? Again I have no clue.

And this next one, vaguely car related, unless you do actually drive ( and park) a rhinoceros...and now don't know what to do with it at the end of a fun.

Looking at the Curry House sign I drifted by and then went back. Last year I went to the Audubon House and the Oldest House in Key West and enjoyed them both. So there I was on the sidewalk pondering what life was like back then. Probably not that different from the mainland really, in a time when people didn't travel that much and a small island was much like anywhere else.
And then, closing in on Duval Street on Southard I found a juxtaposition worthy of my iPhone camera, Key West Distillery next to a garden dust catcher store. Any bets who makes a greater turnover in this town? Is it fair? I leave that to you to decide.

And this, perfect, a dead Christmas Tree long past it's composting date but still bravely holding up its ornament.

Golly; Southard Street is interesting, isn't it?


Trobairitz said...

I've only ever seen the eyelashes on a VW Bug, but that actually looks like a Mini. I get it is a girls car.

RichardM said...

Does that mean that they are in the Fiat's future?

Conchscooter said...

Trobaritz's maybe. I'd forbid my wife to use them. Failing that I'd beg.

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