#4 Wild Card

4 Wild Card girl poinset frame

On our annual visit in November to Orban’s Nursery in West Bradenton, I was intrigued by this image of a sweet young lady tiptoeing through the many, many beautiful poinsettias.

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15. f4 or LOWER

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Dinner at the Columbian Restaurant, Ybor City is a must do when you are there.

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My First Visit YBOR frame

This colorful mural caught my eye on my first visit to Ybor City. Known for its cigar shoppes, motorcycles groupies and the Columbian Restaurant, Ybor is a collection of eclectic images with a definite Latino flavor.  Visit in the daytime and the crowds are sparse, but Ybor comes alive for the young crowd late into the evening. One disappointment: we did not get any shots of the iconic chickens!

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The reflecting pond at Selby is a time for reflection.

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It might be my favorite place in Sarasota and it looks like this statue agrees. If you have been there, you know it well.

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At one time, this building may have been the center of a busy downtown or industrial area, now it is a testament to age and neglect. However, it is also very interesting and every window frame, shutter and piece of wood makes its own statement.

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51. Worst View Ever

You can imagine our disappointment when we traveled to St Mary’s Georgia and got to one of our favorite picturesque waterfronts. This is what we saw and it truly was the worst view ever of one of my favorite locations. It is not a great photo, but then it is what the theme says it is.

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Just riding by, along the beach trails, this stranger gave me a wistful image of summer time and the living is easy.

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Jekyll Island’s hidden driftwood beach on the Atlantic coast is full of broken trees and branches, the result of relentless pounding by the surf and wind. But oddly they create very peaceful and serene photographs, especially at sunrise and sunset. Facing the east, the best time is sunrise. This image, taken at sunset, captured the warm lighting of the setting sun.

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