Thursday, February 11, 2010

Cedar Key scenic


Photo by Lois Anne.

15 comments:

Frank said...

That is an unusaul looking flowering plant in the foreground. What is it?
The scene is really delightful... pure Cedar Key (and gray like our sky this evening.)

Don and Krise said...

Beautiful scene here. What exactly is the red though?

Lorri Mills said...

How lovely and serene, and the redness just pops out.

Jacob said...

@ Don & Krise - Thanks! I have no idea...some kind of Florida flower!

brattcat said...

Again, Lois Anne, you delight us with your wonderful eye. Totally satisfying composition.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful, very scenic.

Small City Scenes said...

A Florida flower to be sure.
Neat shot. MB

actually looks like some sort of Lonicera.

cieldequimper said...

Superb composition Lois Anne!

Deden said...

What a lovely color, i like this kind of scene.. so refreshing.. I see U again soon.

Lois said...

That is a beautiful shot Lois Anne!

Per Stromsjo said...

I guess this settles it. There is no universally adopted standard version of the concept "winter"!

m_m said...

Interesting composition!

JM said...

Lovely composed, Lois Anne!

Lisa Wilson said...

Wonderful photo, Lois!! Nothing will be blooming here for months!

Rose said...

That looks like a trumpet vine to me, but not sure. They grow up here...Yeah, I am seeing one bloom down in the lower left corner.

I have a love-hate relationship with them...I think they are beautiful, but they always wanted to take over some of the apple trees and some of the cherry trees where I used to work.