Strangely, there really were no crowds thronging the streets, which suited me just fine. No one got between my camera and what I wanted to shoot.
I think this is suppose to be Christmas decor. I have no clue what the demonic-looking, horned critter to the left of pooh bear is suppose to be.
This man is an artist from south Africa, in Key West, doing sand painting. It was really interesting talking to him about the various colored sands he has to create his paintings.
This dog is apparently a model in the window. At first I thought he was one of those little, creepy, robo-dog toys. But he was truly alive, modelling a sweater, I think. Other people clustered around the window, saying things like "Awwww, cute" or "That's sick!"
Key West is like a town that "time forgot." It reminds me of a middle-aged throwback to the 70s.
OK, just what I need to add to my Christmas list for my favorite serial killer next year--a knife holder that looks like it's been murdered.
I bet this guy would have made us take our gloves off to read our palms. . . no crowds standing in line for his services, either!
We did like walking in Key West! Next up is the butterfly exhibit; this was the perfect stop on a cold day. . . lots of warmth and humidity to keep the little critters alive, although I'm not sure that it was the best thing for my camera . . .