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Friday, March 11, 2011

Wonderful Key West reflections


On our short visit to Key West, Florida, a few years ago, I was looking for the character of the town. Little did I know we'd see a character like this, standing between a window reflecting the Old Town Trolley, and another window reflecting one of the carriage lamps outside while revealing the paintings inside.

Posted for Weekend Reflections, hosted by James at Newtown Daily Photo.

To see plenty of wonderful reflections, please click HERE!

21 comments:

Powell River Books said...

Is that what you called a "stuffed shirt?" - Margy

Jo said...

Very clever image, Kay. I love the old character too. Thanks for your continued visits to my blog. I love having you over! I'd LOVE to have you to visit Kenya! Imagine... Yes, journalism and writing can lose it's "romance" because of the Internet, but these children in the valley have no technology. This makes is so much easier to encourage them to READ and write. Don't you think? Have a great weekend my dearest friend. Please hug Lindy for me (I can see her grinning at me from your side bar) Blessings Jo

clavs said...

Hey there! visiting you back and tnx for your lovely comment on my sky watch post. already a follower.
clavs

Miss Kodee said...

He looks like a character right out of the game "Clue"!

Sylvia K said...

What terrific reflections for the day! Such a welcoming figure! I love it! Hope you have a wonderful weekend, Kay!!


Sylvia

Ann said...

Looks like it is a photo studio. You take better phtots than the photographer inside.

Carolyn Ford said...

I LOVE Key West! You captured a great image representing the quirkiness of the place! LOVE it!

Carola said...

Wonderful reflection. Great, there is so much to see in this photo.

Kay said...

What a fun photo. You should have posed next to it. :-)

J Bar said...

This is great.

Gattina said...

I could use this Butler, lol !

cieldequimper said...

I'd like a real butler, please! :-) Cool shot!

Dianne said...

I love the name of the gallery

the entire scene is wonderful

Cezar and Léia said...

Key West is in our bucket list... :)
God bless you!
Cezar

John S. Mead said...

What a wonderfully quirky scene. I've always wanted to visit Key West ... I find the extreme ends of continents to have an interesting "vibe" about them! Well documented!

aka Penelope said...

LOL … love Margy’s “stuffed shirt” take on this, Kay! Reflections of the past are always so charming … but to have a butler in waiting adds much “character” to the trip in time. :)

Reader Wil said...

A great character, Kay! And a great reflection! Thanks for your visits! I am looking forward to meeting you and your husband.

jabblog said...

Delightful photo, Kay! That looks a fabulous place to visit.
Are you off on your travels again soon?

Lew said...

I have always heard that Key West had a character of its own and you have found him!

Lynette Killam said...

Thaat is a fun shot, Kay...Great reflections! And of course, I love the ever-so-proper butler...he looks so real I can picture him gravely tilting his head in an invitation to enter. Very cool capture...:)

Lynette
Imagination Lane

nprimopiano said...

Great capture! I thought the butler was real until I saw a pedestal; I told myself: "look how he is standing on that small mat". That's when I realized it wasn't real... :-)