Saturday, May 25, 2019

Beach Scenes

Sometimes you just have to stop and take a breath as you pause in life's daily rush. So I did at the White Street Pier, which is now named for a local developer who died recently.
Looking east toward the airport the colors looked lovely but the "beach" looked typical for these islands, consisting of dead seaweed and rocks.
Looking west  toward the Martello Tower at Higgs beach, the 19th century brick coastal fortification that houses the garden club these days. Actual sand , imported from the Bahamas.


 



 I can't remember why I turned the camera on myself but I did. 

2 comments:

Native Floridian said...

The city of KW apparently has a soft spot for naming places after people right before they die. Mr. Knight & Mr. Wolkowsky, both 99, getting the nod right before packing for destinations unknown. It could be argued that KW is agreeable to the wealthy, if being a year shy of a century is any indication. However, beware Michael if the city tells you it's naming something for you! You might want to turn them down.

Conchscooter said...

I will without doubt.