Sunday, January 30, 2011

Road Trip Pics Part Deux

I've taken much too long to post more pics from the great road trip.  So here goes a few more:



Back in the Everglades with Bryan enroute to see his brother Fletcher.  I like this photo because he wasn't posing and my husband created it in sepia tones.  You can compare it to the photo in the first post.   



Below is a sunset photo off the balcony of Fletcher's new apartment.  My husband calls the building "a tear down with a million dollar view".

All I can say is "I'M impressed!"




 Fletcher and his girlfriend out on the beach in front of the apartment.  Tough life huh?


After my husband left southern Florida, he headed up the coast to the Panhandle.  This was taken on Route 300 showing the old and new roads to St. George Island.  He was enroute to Apalachicola and I'll have to check my spelling of that. 



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12 comments:

Betsy said...

Love the sepia photo...looks like a professional photographer took it!

Gorgeous views! Love that still water! Just lovely!

Brian Miller said...

nice. all of these are gorgeous...really love the perspective in that last pic...

Kate Hanley said...

Beautiful photos. That sunset! I could look at it forever. You do have some handsome men in your life.

California Girl said...

Brian, Bets & Kate: Thank you. Thank you. And Thank you!

#1Nana said...

I want to take that road trip! It snowed here today and I am longing for sun and sand.

Susan said...

Spec-tac-u-lar views! Wow! I'd live in a hovel myself, if it had that kind of ocean scenery. The colors in the sunset pic are one's I don't think I've ever seen in other sunset photos. Wonderful capture, Cole!

California Girl said...

Nana: Me too. 10 degrees here and headed to -15 tonight. sigh. another snowstorm on the way.

Susan: My husband didn't take the sunset or the snap of the love birds. Fletcher's GF bought a new camera, a Canon G something, and took the sunset. Somebody else snapped her & my son. I cut & pasted those two photos from Facebook which is where I get most of my kid info now. hahahaha!

Baino said...

The scenery is spectacular. Love that Panhandle area very iconic and the sunset, yes I'm impressed!

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

These are amazing shots. I especially like the second one.
xoRobyn

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Ahhh... those water shots are making me long for the beach and a nice chilled coctail...

The first shot of Bryan is a keeper!!

California Girl said...

Baino: I have a few more from there although they're a bit "arty" hahahaha! (He'd kill me if he saw this comment)

Robyn: She bought a brand new camera. My husband helped her with the choice. It's a Canon with the lens not detachable (there's a name for that no idea what). Takes a great photo.

Tanna: I bet you're ready for a cocktail. Are you getting hit by the storm & cold temps like your Dallas/Ft.Worth neighbors?

Bone said...

Wow, that palm tree pic is one of the most gorgeous pictures I've ever seen. Ever.

Love the name Apalachicola, though I've never been. I think you spelled it correctly. For some reason I always wanna put two p's.