Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Last time Strolling down Duval Street -#1

Typical for Key West are the vibrant colors everywhere you go,
like on this very cute looking Gingerbred House

I love the very special details on this house

All the time is Hammock time in Key West!

Click on the picture and read the red sign and the street sign on the wall!

To say Good bye to something you liked for almost 7 years is not that easy. Someone told me once "Never look back" only forward.
But here I had to do it and it will be probably one of the last
"Look back" photos of Duval Street.


Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

I like the pink door! It's cute.

It will be tough to say good bye but you have so many good things to look forward to... keep focused on that and it will be so much easier. I'm excited for you.

Susanne in Key West said...

Thank you Michele for your kind comment. You describe my feelings very well...:-)

Anonymous said...

wonderful captures. hard to live this place.

Titania Starlight said...

I love those gingerbread type houses. That sign was so cute, pointing down to lonely street.
I know you must have a mixture of feelings on leaving but I belive that things happen for a reason and you are setting foot on a new adventure and a new place to share your beautiful gifts with others.

Best wishes to you and your husband.

Susanne in Key West said...

Thank you evlahos for your kind comment.

Susanne in Key West said...

Thanks Titania,

for all you best wishes.

I believe also, like you, that things happen when the time is right for that. I just liked this island and his Caribbean charm and I know I will like it up there too.:-)

RennyBA said...

Beautiful houses and I do agree with the great details and collars.

Hammock time sounds exotic for a Norwegian this time of the year you know, but maybe maybe it could be fun to jump into the snow from it :-)

Susanne in Key West said...

Thank you so much Renny,

for your stop by my blog and reading my post.

As you write it always your self in your blog: There is no bad weather, only bad clothing - so why not to jump into the snow...if there is enough snow to jump in...LOL...just don't do it in Key West....:-)

Mark Antony said...

I love the lighting effects Susanne, particulary the "Hammock picture"!

I think great photography is mostly about using your eye.

Susanne in Key West said...

Thanks Mark Anthony,

I'm so glad you like my photos.:-)


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