Thursday, October 04, 2007

Sunset Cruises

It's definitely worth the price you pay for a ticket on one of these sailboats, catamarans or schooners to watch one of the magnificent sunsets that takes place almost every evening in Key West.


RennyBA said...

Now I know what you mean about the significant four seasons in Norway and you, a "homesick" Swiss :D But this is beautiful collars too!

Susanne in Key West said...

Hi Renny,

of course, this here are also very, very nice colors in this endless summer in the Keys!But "home" is and stays "home" for ever...:-) smile..

Thank you so much for commenting!

Rick said...

Sign me up!!

Susanne in Key West said...

Hi Rick,

Is booked, tomorrow evening at 6p.m. at the harbor in Key West! You cannot miss it!:-) in time!

Julie said...

Hi Susanne,

Can you hear me applauding that sunset up here in Chicago--just like they do on Mallory Square?

Do people still do that sometimes? I always loved that when the whole crowd along the shore would start clapping, just a few at first and then it would build. It felt like a spontaneous, communal release of emotion and awe at the beautiful sight of the sun sinking into the Gulf, often followed by a blaze of color (like that spectacular "fire" sunset you showed us from the other night!)

Your blog is always worth visiting. The only drawback is that it sure makes me miss the Florida Keys! Your photos are always so vivid and alive that I almost feel transported back there when I look at them.

Susanne in Key West said...

Hi Julie,
yes people are doing here the same. It goes like a wave from one end of the pier to the other, clapping hands, some are shouting a big "YEAH" and for the most you'll see: happy and relaxed smiling faces of all type of ages.I like that moments too.

Thank you so much to share your emotions to the sunset celebrations.

karoline said...

wonderful photos sue...luv this one in particular!


Susanne in Key West said...

THANK YOU, Karoline!!!!


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