On my way home from Key West yesterday I stopped for a late afternoon meal at the Lazy Days Restaurant in Islamorada. While the food is not the best (or the worst) I have ever tasted, they have outdoor seating on the rear deck, with a view of the ocean that just can’t be beat.
I glanced up from reading when the sun suddenly disappeared and saw an ominous-looking front rolling in, complete with a razor-edged eye wall. I grabbed my camera and had snapped two or three photos when this amazing waterspout reached its bony finger down from the skies. If you look closely you can see the seas being whipped up where the end of the spout makes contact with the ocean. After the storm passed the seas turned the most incredible shades of azure and turquoise.
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Hi Barbara! I love your blog, and especially your photographs. You are incredibly talented. You really do write like yourself! Even if I had never met you, I think I could draw a picture of you from your words. We miss seeing you at the Front Porch Cafe. Jack and I both send our best! All the best on your journey!
Yikes! I’ve seen one of those too, makes your hair stand up on end, particularly if its coming your way.
Pictures so beautiful. Love your work.