Oh! Well, that makes sense. I just figured boardwalks were to keep the houses cleaner or something along those lines.
I've only been to Florida once back in 1982, so I have to ask - why is it a no no to walk on or through the sand dunes? I'm guessing erosion, maybe? Or was you just joking? LoL!
Forget about the pool! This is where I'm going to land! Gorgeous photo Jacob!
It's very interesting! In Brazil the acess to get to the ocean usually is very open and people can walk to there, it's easy! This boardwalk is cool!I loved your picture and the shadows like a nice detail!Léia
Great perspective! Love this shot.
@ Cieldequimper - When?
@ Tricia - No, not kidding. And they're very serious; destroying the sand dunes can cost you a big fine! Yes, erosion is part of it, but the dunes contain a grass called sea oats which is protected. Can't touch! The sea oats hold the dunes together.There's probably more, but I can't remember it all.
You have a lot of great photos on your blogs. How do you keep up with them all?
Lovely and very interesting capture! I like it very much:)
@ PJ - I'm not sure...we've taken a ton of photos around Florida...and continue...we were in Spanish Springs a couple of nights ago and took over 150 photos...some of which you'll see soon.Thanks for all your kind comments.
Wonderful color and prospective...:-)
Someday, when there's a rainbow!
Oh yes - I love the color of the planks, Jacob, want to walk over it.Wonderful photo - great job!
great composition, very good use of lines
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