Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
You're right - it is a beautiful sky behind that sign.
I sometimes think of doing that with the Walmart shopping cart sign.
It does look pretty Lois, blue with wispy clouds, perfect and so very UNlike ours here in Perth that are black and stormy.
Such peaceful, beautiful skies, Lois, and a wonderful capture for the day! The sign is like an exclamation point, directing your eyes upward to the skies! Have a wonderful weekend!
Very pretty sky. It appears there is quite a wind up there.
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Funny shot! Have a nice week end!
Wonderful picturesque sky. I am greeting
Nice shot with the sign.
Beautiful shot. Happy sky watching.Skywatch
Great shot, Lois!
I wonder what a pilot would do if he or she flew by and saw that sign. Of course, if there was one of those disabled thingys hanging from the plane's windshield...no problem. Right? Have a great weekend!
A blue sky is always perfect! Beautiful picture!Léia
A very pretty sky!
Pretty blue shot, nice touch the sign.
Is gives some depth to the shot, if there is such a thing as depth to the sky.
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