Saturday, October 23, 2010

Friday, October 22, 2010

Flora from Lake Sumter Landing


On Sanibel Island - about 20 years ago

What a fine mess this is!

Over the years, I've taken several shots of this house. It always looks about the same - just as you see it here. Only the bikes have changed. Well, maybe some other things, too.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Central Florida Flora

Lake Sumter Landing - a wider view

Crab Crew ...

...one of the entries in the annual Cedar Key Seafood Festival parade.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

New construction and Cedar Key Water Tower

This is a relatively new, very nice, home located on the water (back bay).

In a reflective mood - Lake Sumter Landing

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

If you're lit, you can't go nekkid in The Villages!

A sign on the ever-sinking ship - Lake Sumter Landing.

Cedar Key witch - waiting for Halloween night!

Central Florida horse ranch

Photo by Lois Anne.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Round and round we go

This beautiful little bench is located in the "garden" area of what was Lake Sumter Landing's Veranda restaurant. The bench is still there, but the Veranda is gone. In the same building where the Veranda was located will be a Panera Bread. Yeah!

Florida ducks

This is an old, scanned photo, taken at Silver Springs Park about 22 years ago. What surprises me, even though I took the photograph, is that I don't recall seeing this particular brand of duck anywhere in Florida! I wonder if they were some exotic breed brought in to the park to give the tourists a thrill?

I apologize for the image quality.

Cedar Key Cat house

There were more cats but several scrambled away when they saw me walk by with a camera. Camera-shy cats! How many can you see in the photo?

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Gateway to music, dancing and fun - Lake Sumter Landing

Warning sign - stoplight ahead. Altamonte Springs, Florida

Home with a view

This beautiful home backs up to Main Street, and looks out over the marina to the dock area. It has changed very little in the 22 years we have been visiting Cedar Key.

Photo by Lois Anne.