That's a great shot Jacob. It's a good thing it will be restored rather than pulled down.
Often I ignore, that photographers have also the mission to take pictures like those and not only the beauties.Thanks for recall this promise with your impressive example, Jacob.A great weekend to all of you!Juergen
It certainly has a lot of character.
It's a pity the building is yet forget!great post!
Ramshackle look, but makes for grand photography!
I love the old ones. So much character. Great shot.
Jacob, what is the population of Cedar Key? Is it mainly a retirement village? You certainly have a wonderful array of quirky buildings.
@ Julie - As of 2007, the population was 973. I doubt it has changed very much. On any given day, however, there are a number of tourists wandering about. And at certain other times people by the thousands pour into town for art shows and seafood festivals...then things get quite crowded!
Do the tyres suggest that it a wooden cart?Your previous sunset photo is great - beautiful tones on the water.
Golly, it is so small: and yet it has such a sense of community and resources.
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