Day to day photos from Key West

Buildings with Soul

Monroe county court house key west fl

Monroe County Court House

Coffee Shop, Duval St, Key west

Coffee Shop, Duval St, Key West

Shaded Porch Key West
Shaded Porch Key West
Widows walk Key West

Widows walk Key West

Federal Building Key West Fl
Federal Building Key West Fl
Federal Building Key West

Federal Building Key West

wooden house Key West
Corner Angelia and Windsor/Margret
Old City Hall Key west

Official Name is "Old City Hall" Green St Key West used to house the jail

New Orleans in Key West
Bit O Neu Orlns right here in sweet Key West
customs house Key West

The Feds make a statement "We now make decisions on salvage" The Office Of

Cuban Bank Key west
Need a Bank 1880s….Start your own…The Cuban and Anglo cigar makes did
St Pauls Church Duval St Key West

St Pals Church Key West Early morning

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Oldest House Duval St. Key West
oldest_house_Key west

"Oldest House Key West"

wood building key west
Corner Fleming and Elizabeth Sts Key West fl
 Eaton St Key West. 2

From the days of sailing ships and horse drawn carriage.

 Eaton St Key West.
New England with Bahamian influence. Eaton St Key West.
St Pauls Duval St Key West

The King Daddy of Soul Buildings..St Pauls on Duval St Key West

Eaton st building Key West
Now a design studio….Now in split tone
Southard St Key West Wood building

Now a design studio

Wooden house key west
Pre dates Key West by auto or rail. Key West by ship.
San Carlos Building Key West

Once the Cuban consulate. Land is still owned by Cuba.

Strand movie Theater restored by Walgreens

The real Key West....note office chair

key west building
Angelia and Elizabeth sts

Gato Building....restored in the past 10 years

HDR 7 pm low contrast

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5 responses

  1. Emalyn

    These are just lovely………….

    June 28, 2011 at 2:11 pm

  2. Deborah

    John, they are amazing. Keep up the good work! Love them!

    Deb

    June 29, 2011 at 2:33 pm

  3. Posted a few new building and I am checking out how the FBook integration works.

    July 1, 2011 at 12:50 pm

    • Beth Brett resetar

      Great pictures. Remember some of the sites from years ago. John, these would sell well up at the Jersey shore. Great work.

      July 19, 2011 at 4:54 pm

  4. Admiring, your work. 🙂

    July 22, 2011 at 5:30 am

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